|About the Property
This beautifully unique family home was architecturally designed by Charles R. Thomas in the late 1960s, and, while it has been sympathetically updated, still possesses a host of original features.
Warm wood paneling on the soaring cathedral ceilings, internal vertical windows hinting at Japanese influences, retro lighting, and the passive solar heating and low maintenance of tiles through heavy traffic areas are all hallmarks of the period and this award-winning architect.
The well-designed home has a thoughtful layout and generous proportions. Three large living spaces, all on the one level, filled with natural light, cater for busy family lifestyles with ease, or even a multi-generational situation. The kitchen has been modernised and has a granite benchtop, quality appliances and a central island to delight any chef, or for the family to gather around.
Comfort is provided by a wood burner in the family room, and a feature fireplace in the formal lounge. 4 acres of woodlot ensure that you will never go cold in winter. Further comfort is provided by a night-store heater in the hallway, underfloor heating in the master ensuite, and double glazing on the southern windows of the house.
The master bedroom showcases grand scale proportions and an ensuite. Three further good-sized bedrooms are at the other end of the house, all with in-built wardrobes. Plentiful storage and a large three car garage with an incorporated boatshed, along with stables and numerous outbuildings complete this alluring property.
Positioned on a larger than usual lifestyle block of nearly 16 acres, divided into 12 paddocks, this mini-farmlet bounds with possibilities for income potential. The glorious garden was designed by a landscape architect, is mature and manicured with expansive private patio areas where you can soak up the sun and enjoy alfresco dining with family and friends. Zoned for sought-after Clarkville School, with the airport now a mere 10 minutes away.
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