This fully renovated 1950s home immediately resonates with the immediate environment with a focus on scale, proportion and the typical craftsmanship of a builder’s own home – here, rustic meets refined.
Thoughtfully renovated throughout, the central hallway separates the bedrooms from the living areas and the interior conveys a sense of warmth through the use of natural materials and an earthy colour palette: original hardwood floors and recycled oregon from the renovation works cosily align with the porcelain tiles in the bathroom areas, chrome door furniture and many other contemporary touches.
The hub of the home is the north facing kitchen which pivots to the central lounge with stone fireplace, adjacent dining and the huge undercover alfresco area where you can celebrate the gathering of friends all year round (which can also be closed off with an electric blind to create an enclosed space).
It is a home that consistently marries the old and new throughout and takes everyday materials and does extraordinary things with them.
The many, many coveted extras include:
Insulated floor, ceiling, bathroom walls
Smeg 6 burner oven
Stone fireplace with wood heater
Split system aircon/heating
Underfloor heating in ensuite with smart timer
Sensor ground level lighting in WIR and ensuite
Bi-fold doors and servery to the outdoor dining area
Outdoor fireplace and fernery
Deep driveway with ornamental pears and box hedges
Remote control swing gates
Built in BBQ with plumbed gas
Numerous raised garden beds
Rainwater tanks reticulated to the garden
11m x 7m garage with internal toilet
Electric blind to turn alfresco area into an enclosed space
Electric heat strip in alfresco area
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.