This stunning architecturally designed property is highly impressive and located within walking distance to the buzzing Kingston Foreshore. This is an opportunity to buy a home with a highly desirable location close to so many wonderful amenities.
The home offers a classic façade, timber floors and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The residence is spaced over two superb levels with the living areas positioned on the ground floor whilst all the bedrooms are positioned on the second level.
A designer kitchen with granite benchtops, Miele appliances including oven, gas cooktop, in-built microwave and in-built coffee machine. The internal courtyard ensures the home is bathed in natural sunlight which beam through the main living areas whilst affording the homeowners privacy to entertain all year round.
A rare opportunity has presented itself to own a home within this stunning area, be sure not to miss out!
- Stunning architectural residence - Walking distance to Kingston Foreshore - Timber floorboards - Four spacious bedrooms - Two full bathrooms - Designer bathrooms with floor to ceiling tiles, frameless shower glass and custom vanity units - Powder room downstairs for guests - Master bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite - Spacious formal lounge - Family room and meals area - Gourmet kitchen with stone benchtop - Quality Miele appliances throughout - Beautiful paved courtyard with garden - Double garage with access to the courtyard - 6 reverse cycle units (1 in each room) - Security system
EER: 6 Block Size: 237m2 Lower Level: 112m2 Upper Level: 115m2 Total House Size: 227m2 Courtyard: 55m2 Garage and Workshop Size: 47m2 Year Built: 2009
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