- Updated On:
- 18 October 2018
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 2 Garages
Quality residence with space and views
Lots 17 & 18 S 7 DP 759136
Area: 4,046 sq m
Built in 1994, by DL Lawrence & Co of Yass, this home was designed by Canberra architect, Johnson Norwich, with garden design by Michael Bligh & Associates of Goulburn.
Construction is brick veneer with timber verandas wrapping around three sides of the house. The verandas provide perfect vantage points to appreciate the extensive parkland garden that includes an octagonal timber gazebo.
This home features 2.7 metre ceilings with period architraves, skirtings, ceiling roses and etched glass doors from the hall to the lounge room.
The generously sized lounge room has a polished brush box hardwood floor, slow combustion wood fire and built-in timber book case. Two sets of French doors open to the veranda.
The wide hallway also offers brush box flooring plus decorative timber fretwork.
The kitchen is open plan with cathedral ceilings and beautiful views looking over the Yass River gorge. Awnings on the high windows have been placed strategically to allow sun into the kitchen during winter. There is a gas oven, grill and cook top, dishwasher, double sink and pantry.
A further set of French doors open from the master bedroom to the veranda. From the master bedroom there is a walk-through robe to the three-way family bathroom.
The bathroom includes a large bath set in a bay window, separate shower and double vanity, separate toilet.
Two further bedrooms each offer built-in robes, while one of these rooms also has a sun-drenched bay window.
A second toilet is located adjacent to the laundry.
Large storeroom under the house.
Climate control: ducted gas heating and ducted electric cooling.
Insulation to the walls/ceiling/floor.
Zoned irrigation system in the garden with established trees.
Double garage with remote access.
Aviary with concrete floor and electricity.
Contact the selling agent today for more information.
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