“It’s paradise here,” says the current owner, opening the doors to this beautiful family home. Designed and built in 2003, by that same owner - a local builder/ tradie known for quality work and attention to detail - this property has been thoughtfully tailored to family life. It’s been perfectly maintained by the same owners who have lived there since then – filling the place with happy memories and good times. Now, this home is ready to welcome a new family who can make new memories and enjoy all the features of this lovely family home.
The open plan kitchen/living/dining area is expansive and light with plenty of windows, creating the sense that the beautiful garden outside is also somehow, part of the room! A large wood heater provides an ambient heat throughout the home in winter months while the reverse-cycle takes care of summer. The kitchen is an entertainer’s delight being quite large and featuring great bench space and plenty of storage. Adjoining this spacious family-friendly space is a second living area. This smaller lounge room has a built in bar and a lovely outlook over the front yard. Initially, this was the snooker room but it’s since become the second lounge, complete with a small home office fitted out with tailor made cabinetry.
Downstairs there are two bathrooms and three beautifully appointed bedrooms each with built in robes. Moving upstairs, you find the magnificent parents’ retreat. This room is large and inviting, enjoying radiant heat from the wood fire below. It has a sunny private deck overlooking the back yard. There’s a large ‘dressing room’ adjoining this space that could remain as-is or easily become a walk-in-wardrobe, ‘spare bedroom’, sitting room or creative space. The master bath is just waiting to be enjoyed – as well as all the usual features, there’s a corner spa where you can soak in the tub while you soak up the picturesque outlook!
The backyard of this beautiful property presents almost as additional rooms to the home. There’s a gorgeous outdoor entertaining area set beneath a delightful gazebo. Tiled, bricked and carefully set out, this area includes a built-in BBQ and an open fire! “There’s been a lot of good parties out here,” the current owner says with a grin. “A lot of good Oktoberfests!” And indeed it’s easy to imagine the entire family and a cast of friends enjoying this space throughout the seasons. The entire yard has been levelled and filled, making it completely family-friendly. There’s space for back yard cricket and plenty of room for the kids to run and play. The gardens are a well-established delight and there’s a lovely water feature, quietly trickling in the background.
Venturing further through the yard you discover raised garden beds housing thriving crops of vegies, a water tank, a tailor made woodshed and tool shed, a storage room fitted with workshop bench and even space for the boat or trailer.
70 Bournda Ct is certainly something special. It’s been thoughtfully tailored for family life. More than that, it’s been built with love and care and filled with love and care. As the current owners move on to their next phase, this beautiful home stands ready to welcome a new family who can fill this place with even more happy times.
More to love… * Large 2 car garage * Well established gardens * Quiet ‘court’ location – great neighborhood * Walk to bus stops * Walk to North Tura Beach * Ceiling fans (summer/winter) in main living area * Tura Beach lifestyle – country club, supermarket, doctors, dentists, chemist and Library
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