Brand new home, unwavering elegance and family space at the heart of elite schooling
Pretty as a picture with its gabled roof and unwavering elegance, this brand-new, four-bedroom home is far from the ordinary. Offering exceptional family space and low-maintenance, indoor-outdoor appeal, the home is privately nestled in a boutique complex of four, surrounded by Melbournes coveted public and private schools and with Camberwells favourite amenities at its doorstep. Filled with natural light and smothered in gleaming Victorian Ash floors, the home offers privacy and relaxation to live, dine and entertain in an open plan design, spilling onto a north facing garden courtyard, with a paved area ideal for alfresco barbeque enjoyment. A fully appointed kitchen offers easy catering with quality Bosch appliances, while smartly dressed in glistening stone benches and gloss cabinetry. The generous accommodation offers a choice of upstairs or downstairs master bedrooms including ensuite amenity to each, all four bedrooms with study nook area, and a chic, fully tiled bathroom. Complete with a remote double garage, laundry, and guest powder room, the home provides a peerless family lifestyle with Hartwell Primary and Camberwell High at its threshold, and just a leisurely stroll from Hartwells shopping village including Leos fine foods, Lynden Park, Hartwell station and trams bound for Camberwell Junction.
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