Block size: 726 m² approx.House size: 261 m² approx.UV: $327,000 (2019)
The history of modern architecture is best defined by the conflict between the ornamental and the pragmatic. Whatever your persuasion, architectural purists will see the very best of both worlds in a home like this; a timeless provincial exterior leads to a sunlit, open and spacious home within.
Occupied first by its builder and then by United States diplomats, this is a home without compromise. Its 262 m2 of living space is divided across two levels, with an oversized double garage and fifth bedroom at ground floor. This bedroom features its own powder room, and is perfectly set up for a home office.
A bespoke staircase climbs the double height void to the upper level, revealing gorgeous views of the hills. The views is perhaps best enjoyed from the Juliet balcony, one of the many rare features of this home. The spacious lounge room is one of three living areas, all of which enjoy a northerly aspect and private outlook. The formal dining room is perfect for home entertaining, and connects the lounge with the open plan kitchen and family areas. The kitchen is impressive in size, and will satisfy even the fussiest of home cooks. With miles of bench space, massive pantry and a five burner gas cooktop, you'll look forward to entertaining with a kitchen like this.
The master bedroom has to be seen to be believed, with a completely unique layout and wall-to-wall built-in robes. If the sheer size of this space doesn't blow you away, the en suite most certainly will. Fully renovated in a neutral palette, it boasts floor-to-ceiling tiles and deluxe fittings, plus instantaneous gas hot water. The master bedroom enjoys seclusion from the rest of the home, the ideal parents retreat.
Bedrooms two, three and four continue the Northerly aspect, and are all equipped with honeycomb blinds for added insulation. Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling run throughout the home, the gas unit having only recently been replaced in the last 12 months with a 6 star brivis unit. The main bathroom enjoys the same quality adornments as the en suite, with the addition of a gorgeous free standing bath. The renovations continue into the laundry, with added storage.
A stunning timber deck adjoins the main living area, and offers a sensational spot for summer entertaining. The back yard is private and peaceful, with mature hedging and tasteful landscaping. The yard features easy access for the caravan or trailer, and is fully concreted. This home boasts great environmental credentials, with rainwater storage and a 4.5 kw solar system.
PLEASE NOTE THIS PROPERTY WILL GO TO AUCTION ON SATURDAY 7TH DECEMBER, ON SITE AT 2.00PM
Summary of features:
- Living space: 262 m2 - Garage: 55 m2 - EER: 4.0 - 4.5 kw solar system - Northerly aspect along longest side - Ducted heating and cooling, brand new Brivis heating unit - Top quality kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop - Brand new floating floors - Top quality window furnishings - Oversized master suite with triple built-in robes and renovated en suite - Fully renovated main bathroom with free standing bath - Instantaneous gas hot water - Downstairs bedroom equipped with powder room, ideal for home business - Oversized double garage with under house storage - Trailer access to back yard, fully concreted
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