Win­dow on a new life

It is a light-filled ex­pe­ri­ence, writes Tom Dougherty.

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - The Crescent, Crafers -

AN ar­chi­tec­tural­ly­de­signed home was built in 1989 and fea­tures ex­ten­sive use of win­dows, and a plunge pool. In the mid­dle of the home is an open-plan kitchen, meals and liv­ing area with a gas fire.

The kitchen has a break­fast bar, stain­less steel ap­pli­ances and white cup­boards.

A slid­ing glass door in the liv­ing area opens out to a cov­ered, paved en­ter­tain­ing area.

At the front of the home is a com­bined din­ing and liv­ing room, which has win­dows on two sides and a com­bus­tion heater. There are three bed­rooms, with the mas­ter also at the front of the home.

It fea­tures a walk-in robe and an en­suite with a shower.

The other bed­rooms are at the back, and they have built-in robes.

The bath­room is near the other two bed­rooms and it has a shower and a spa bath.

Also at the back of the home is a laun­dry with ex­ter­nal ac­cess.

Ac­ces­si­ble through a door in the kitchen is a plunge pool, which is cov­ered and is sur­rounded by an en­ter­tain­ing area. There is also a store­room and a bath­room with a shower ac­ces­si­ble from the pool area. The home has been re­cently up­dated, with new car­pet through­out and LED light fit­tings.

Ameni­ties in the area in­clude the Coro­man­del Train Sta­tion, Black­wood For­est Re­serve, Frank Smith Park and Hawthorn­dene Pri­mary School.

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