Views all the way to the hills

The Gazette Real Estate - - News -

It’s quite un­com­mon to live in the mid­dle of a res­i­den­tial area and still be able to en­joy the ex­ten­sive views avail­able from the front ve­ran­dah at this large three bed­room brick ve­neer home in Wal­lace Cres­cent, Drouin!

The blue hills of the Baw Baw Ranges are al­ways de­light­ful and are es­pe­cially easy to en­joy from this el­e­vated van­tage place.

Sur­rounded by sim­i­lar qual­ity homes, the main part of the home is built above a broad dou­ble garage and rum­pus room below, mak­ing ex­cel­lent use of the allotment.

There are three spa­cious, well ap­pointed bed­rooms, two with built in robes and the main bed­room en­joys a pri­vate en­suite, (in­cludes a spa bath), and walk in robe up­stairs, along with much of the liv­ing spa­ces.

Open plan by de­sign the liv­ing zone is heated by a solid fuel heater plus a split sys­tem and the fam­ily room and din­ing area ex­tend to the kitchen and also ac­cess the front ve­ran­dah – and the views - via large glass doors.

Huge win­dows also al­low reams of nat­u­ral light in­side re­sult­ing in a light and airy in­te­rior.

The kitchen has many con­tem­po­rary fea­tures in­clud­ing stain­less ap­pli­ances, a large pantry and break­fast bar.

Across much of the rear of the home is a cov­ered out­door en­ter­tain­ing area which is per­fect for al­fresco din­ing through much of the year and opens to the large rear yard - a metic­u­lously main­tained space.

At 906m2, this is a huge allotment and it en­joys easy ve­hi­cle ac­cess to the rear yard from Wal­lace Cres­cent – ex­cel­lent for car­a­van or boat park­ing plus there’s a 3m x 3m gar­den shed.

Stairs from the front en­try lead down to a re­treat or rum­pus room be­fore en­ter­ing the dou­ble garage.

Call Brad Boyde 0400 775 388 or Pauline Soutar 0408 354 403 from Har­courts Drouin to ar­range your in­spec­tion of 14 Wal­lace Cres­cent in Drouin.

This prop­erty is ne­go­tiable be­tween $395,000 and $415,000.

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