Style, sophistication and panoramic valley views – this property is absolutely stunning. The open plan design has focused on enjoying the perfect north aspect and 180 degrees of mountain escarpment. One entire side of the property opens via bi-fold doors, so you are "living" in the view.
This home will satisfy the entertainer in you, with a multitude of spaces to choose from - cosy lounge with jetmaster fire, lounging around the Travertine paved infinity pool or enjoying cocktails and staying warm around the outside open fireplace. Sumptuously appointed kitchen with 40mm stone benchtops, quality appliances and large island bench.
Four king sized bedrooms - master with walk in wardrobe, study and ensuite. Two other bedrooms with ensuite and a master bathroom servicing the fourth.
Features At the rear of the property is native bushland - stroll down a new internal road to your own crystal clear running creek. Sit back and enjoy the serenity on the private viewing deck that overlooks the creek.
• Automated salt water infinity pool • Fully ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout • Bosch kitchen appliances (oven, gas top, DW) • Indoor Jetmaster fire place and outdoor open fire • Oak flooring • 85K L water capacity plus permanent fresh water creek supply • NBN ready
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