Pure ex­ec­u­tive lux­ury

NT News - Real Estate - - Market Place - MOLLY BAX­TER

FROM the mo­ment you walk into the front door of this re­cently ren­o­vated, ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed two­s­torey, five-bed­room ex­ec­u­tive home, you are blown away.

White walls, qual­ity fin­ishes and the abil­ity to trans­form to your tast­ing, this home is the pin­na­cle of lux­ury liv­ing.

Knight frank sell­ing agent Rick Trippe said when you en­ter the home, you were greeted by a huge rum­pus room, with porcelain tiles that flows through to the French doors and out onto the pa­tio.

“Once on the pa­tio you will step foot on the per­fectly man­i­cured lawns which roll downd theh hill and di into D Doc­tor’s’ Gully rain­tree for­est and the sur­round­ing trop­i­cal gar­dens, se­clud­ing you from your neigh­bours and fram­ing the views out over the ocean,” he said.

Step­ping back in­side, three of the five bed­rooms are lo­cated on the ground floor, along with the main bath­room, which fea­tures a walk in shower and soak­ing tub.

“Each bed­room fea­tures large win­dows, al­low­ing you to look out onto the gar­den,” Mr Trippe said.

“The grand stain­less steel stair­case leads you up into the sec­ond floor, and past the wine cel­lar hid­den be­neath it, to be greeted by the for­mal din­ing room and dh huge open planl li livingi area with pri­vate bal­cony.”

Fol­low­ing on from the din­ing area is the chef-in­spired kitchen, with top of the range ap­pli­ances, gas stove tops, am­ple stor­age, and a mar­ble break­fast bar, with views out over the back­yard and ocean.

“Open­ing the dou­ble doors and step­ping out­side you are greeted with a wrap­around bal­cony large enough to host 100 guests or to en­joy it for your­self and watch the evening sky and ocean be­come awash with colour from the sink­ing sun,” he said.

En­ter the mas­ter wing, which fea­tures the enor­mous bed­room, a pri­vate modern en­suite, a mas­sive walk in wardrobe and secluded bal­cony, all with sea views.

The fifth bed­room is lo­cated on the sec­ond floor but could eas­ily dou­ble as a home of­fice.

In the gar­den, a sparkling salt­wa­ter pool sits among the shady plants and fo­liage, cre­at­ing the per­fect re­lax­ing at­mos­phere.

“The pool has plumb­ing for a heater, if you like, giv­ing it the pos­si­bil­ity to be a year round lux­ury.,” Mr Trippe said.

The home also fea­tures three un­der­cover car parks, heaps of ex­tra space for more toys, a work­shop, and a high fence with re­mote con­trol gates for con­ve­nience.

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