Im­pres­sive views over city

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SET high on the hill with im­pres­sive views over the city where you can see the tallest build­ings on the hori­zon, this enor­mous Gray home is 100 per cent unique and more than you’d ever ex­pect.

Po­si­tioned in a quiet cul-de­sac and sur­rounded by qual­ity homes and great neigh­bours, this three-storey home sets an im­pres­sive vis­age from the street with dou­ble open­ing gates swing­ing wide to show­case this tow­er­ing abode.

On the ground level, the prop­erty in­cludes two sep­a­rate park­ing ar­eas plus a bath­room/ laun­dry room, fourth bed­room or home of­fice/rum­pus room plus stor­age area and gor­geous gar­dens that in­ter­twine with the home to of­fer pri­vacy and a tranquil en­trance.

Tak­ing the front stairs to the first level, the home has a grand en­try with cus­tom doors that swing wide to present a strik­ing foyer with tim­ber stairs lead­ing you up again to another level. On this first floor there is a cen­tral open liv­ing and din­ing area with rus­tic kitchen, ex­posed rafters, tim­ber floor­ing and super high ceil­ings.

Three bed­rooms each in­clude a walk-in robe and tim­ber floor­ing, air con­di­tion­ing and a gen­er­ous lay­out, the mas­ter bed­room also in­cludes a slid­ing door with ac­cess to a pri­vate rear fac­ing bal­cony among the tree­tops and ac­cess to the two-way main bath­room.

A large bal­cony wraps around two sides of the home and af­fords awe­some views over the tree­tops and cap­tures a cool­ing breeze as well.

Down be­low you can see the pond with wa­ter fea­ture and decked area where you can sit to feed the fish.

On the top floor is a grand mas­ter bed­room suite or en­ter­tain­ing area — the op­tions are there for you to make this what­ever you like.

There is also a pri­vate bal­cony among the tree­tops that af­fords some of the best views in Palmer­ston.

This prop­erty is one of a kind and has an en­vi­able po­si­tion and pro­por­tions.

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