FROM UGLY DUCKLING TO SWAN
STEP into a life of pure luxury with this jaw-dropping Robert Biagioni Constructions design, which is being offered brand new and fresh from key handover.
The home sits proud on a 503sq m green title block next door to Number 50, which is also being offered for sale by the same owner for a lesser amount as it has no pool.
The owner developed the original property after renting it out for several years.
“It was a fairly ugly house but had appeal with its location,” she said. “I could see the potential.” When she decided to go ahead with the subdivision, the owner made it a point to create top-end properties that would appeal to modern buyers.
“I feel that it was really important to offer quality and something different,” she said.
“There are so many spec-built homes and I really wanted something different.
“I even had to have big discussions with the council planners to convince them why I needed to have something unique on the street.
“I am sad to see them go; I could easily live there.”
Past the uber-chic facade under the contrasting portico, a stunning entry featuring Tasmanian oak timber floors leads the way toward the back of the home.
Along the way on the right are the double garage, a guest bedroom with built-in robes and ensuite, a separate powder room, the home office and the laundry.
At the back and integrating seamlessly with the alfresco area is the open-plan main living space.
Comprising the lounge, dining and kitchen – complete with a scullery, Smeg stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops – this is a light-drenched space per- fect for family time.
The entire space also boasts uninterrupted views of the saltwater lap pool, which is ideal for parents who want to keep a close eye on the kids outside while getting things done indoors.
Then when all the chores are done, relax in the semi-enclosed outdoor entertainment space that includes a stainless steel barbecue.
Going up the timber and stainless steel staircase, arrive in the second sitting room, which connects directly to the master bedroom.
With an ensuite reminiscent of the most luxurious hotel suites featuring a freestanding bath, double vanity units and fullheight tiling, along with the walkin robe, this is a retreat in itself.
Parents also enjoy the use of their private balcony, which offers city and river glimpses.
Toward the rear of the first floor, there are two secondary bedrooms, both with walk-in robes and sharing a bathroom and a separate toilet.
Completing the floorplan are store cupboards on both levels of the home.