Superbly positioned to take full advantage of the views across Twofold Bay and the Wharf District, this is a home of rare size and quality that simply must be viewed to appreciate everything it has to offer. Designed over three levels with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms including a downstairs living/bedroom combination with ensuite and kitchenette.
The craftsmanship is immediately apparent from stepping into the lounge and formal dining area with Blackwood cabinetry, floor to ceiling windows for maximum effect taking in the magic views and a stunning, well equipped kitchen with Walk in Pantry. Out front of the living is a large covered balcony built for any occasion that is made better with stunning views. A large family room with high raked cedar ceilings leads to the patio and rear yard. The top floor contains the master bedroom, ensuite with spa and a WIR plus an adjoining extra large office that could be easily converted to include a 5th bedroom and again, all with incredible views. All the other bedrooms are generous in size with BIR's and close to a bathroom. Storage needed? A double lockup garage out front with double driveway plus an approx. 9.6 x 4.6m brick workshop/garage in the rear yard with roller door access.
This grand home is only 300m from the main street and the same distance to the waters edge as the crow flies. When looking for a large family home or investment where location, quality and scale important factors, make the time to look at this wonderful home. Call for an appointment today.
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