Enjoying a private setting withing a quiet, family friendly street, this builders own home has been skillfully crafted with the upmost attention to detail. It encompasses every aspect of modern architecture with open plan spaces, a great balance of formal and informal entertaining areas, clean architectural lines and square set ceilings and a focus on easy care family living.
The generously proportioned living areas comprise of a formal lounge and dining, flowing through to the family room and kitchen plus a separate rumpus room at the rear. Impressive floor to ceiling, north-east windows span the entire length of the living areas which together with high ceilings provides a beautifully light setting and leafy outlook to the manicured backyard. Stacking, sliding doors connect the family and rumpus room to the paved entertaining area ideal for alfresco dining.
The large island bench at the centre of the home will be the hub of family activity with plenty of room for the family chef, homework or casual meals at the breakfast bar. There is plenty of storage with a walk in pantry and an abundance of soft close draws and cupboards. Tastefully finished with Volga blue granite waterfall bench tops, Blackbutt timber breakfast bar and replica Louis Poulsen feature lights.
Accommodation is provided by 4 good size bedrooms. The extra-large main bedroom features a walk in robe, sliding doors to a private deck plus a spacious ensuite with his and hers vanity and double shower. A study is adjacent the main bedroom with a feature window looking out to the front of the home; An ideal home office or nursery.
A short stroll from the local Hughes shops and primary school and only moments from the major city centres. A modern lifestyle, second to none is being offered at 56 Poynton Street. Call to arrange an inspection today.
General features: Garage: 53sqm approx Modern design with square set ceilings Feature high level windows with motorised mechanism High ceilings up to 4.4m Wide entry hallway Multi-layer travertine porcelain tiles Sliding, stacking doors to the backyard (Extra tall) Micron video and security intercom/doorbell SilentMaster ducted vacuum throughout Laundry with generous bench space, custom joinery and feature Blackbutt timber shelf
Kitchen features: Large panoramic views out to alfresco and landscaped backyard Blum soft closing drawers and cupboards with polyurethane finish 40mm Volga blue granite with waterfall ends Feature Blackbutt timber breakfast bar Large walk in pantry and plenty of additional storage Under bench Stiebel Eltron hot water tank providing instant hot water to the kitchen sink Fisher and Paykel pyrolytic oven Louis Poulsen replica feature lights over island bench Wifi controlled LED colour strip lighting in bulkhead and on glass splash back Walk in robes to bedroom 2 and 3
Gardens features: Travertine tiled alfresco entertaining area Automatic irrigation system 5000l underground rain water tank Fully landscaped with established hedges and feature trees Enclosed parking bay for trailer
Energy features: UPVC double glazed energy efficient windows Above standard insulated ceilings and walls 1.5Kw back to grid solar panels (Current contract pays 45.7cents per Kwh) Four high efficiency Daikin inverter ducted reverse cycle systems. Separate unit for each zone of the house providing low cost heating and cooling Extra-large recessed LED lighting
Land size: 706 sqm EER: 6.0 Living area: 275sqm approx
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