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Where New Can Enhance the Traditional

Where New Can Enhance the Traditional
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Stories: 2
Garaging: 3
Area: 485.00 m2
Cladding: Hardie Linea Weatherboard
Roofing: 'Grey Friars’ roofing iron

This ‘new’ home was to look old – hence the James Hardie Linea Weatherboard and aluminium colonial sash opening windows that give the home a traditional look together with four sets of double french doors that open onto a return veranda.

When you walk through the front entrance into the spacious hallway you feel as though you have stepped back into a gentler time.

To the left you look into the family living/dining area; beyond this is a well appointed provincial style kitchen with easy access to laundry and garage. The kitchen features a mantle over the cook top and oven, a large central island with wine rack, drawers and cupboards.

To the right of the hallway, through double doors, is a welcoming formal lounge.

Double doors lead to the stairwell, downstairs bathroom and bedroom. A washstand vanity and toilet with cistern give this room an old world feel; this room also features a large corner spa bath. The downstairs bedroom is large and it features an imitation fire place.

The balustrade staircase leads you upstairs to three very generous sized, high ceiling, bedrooms; two have ensuite bathrooms.

Both gas and log fires keep the home warm during the harsh winter months.

The three bay garages with loft and toilet have access to the outdoor living area and gardens. The exterior colours - ‘Arrowtown’ on the Linea weatherboard; ‘Grey Friars’ roofing iron; ‘Antique White’ windows and doors - blend in well with the landscape.

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