Ceiling roses, lofty ceilings, jarrah skirtings & dado rail, brass light switches, chandelier, sculptured cornices, swags & tail curtains, ball & claw bath, bay window with window seat storage & fretwork arches. This large family home is situated in an executive cul de sac within easy stroll of "Currambine Marketplace", cinema, restaurants and coffee shops & Currambine bar and bistro. Approx 2 kilometres from Burns beach, the CBD of Joondalup and approx 1 kilometres to the Joondalup resort and International golf course. This location is Utopia. As you enter the tranquil mews you will be impressed by the front elevation of this home at the head of the cul de sac, showing off the hard stand for your boat or caravan. The front verandah opens through a leadlight door into the solid jarrah floored entrance hall, which opens into the sitting room, a separate fitted study and across the hall there is a large separate formal dining. The dining opens directly into the meals and kitchen area, which s fitted with gas hot plates, a very large oven, fridge freezer recess and American oak benchtops. Double doors open from the separate games room into the family room which in turn opens through double doors into a large enclosed pitched alfresco. Let the summer parties begin with a spa, table & seating in the large freeform pool. The generous master bedroom has its own private powder room, very large walk in robe, direct access to its own private verandah, perfect for sitting out for that morning cup of tea. Double doors open into the en-suite, with its large shower double vanity and lovely deep spa bath. The activity room opens to the three minor bedrooms all fitted with double built in robes.
More Features and Benefits:
Block size 872sq m zoned R20 Approximately 241 sq m of living plus verandahs & garages Built approx 1995 High ceilings throughout living areas some reverse cycle air-conditioning and timber & brass fans throughout Family bathroom with shower, vanity and ornate claw-foot bathtub Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry and 1 ½ sinks Jarrah bar to games room Gas hot water system Covered patio area adjoining pool High door remote double garage with secure direct access to kitchen. Two bathrooms and two WC's Private rear yard with an ocean glimpse Four security cameras and a security alarm system Insulated ceilings Reticulated gardens from the mains Most furniture can be negotiated into the price
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