‘Kingleigh Park’ An elite level of luxury and privacy
Located in the charming hamlet of Rokeby, ‘Kingleigh Park’ offers a lifestyle of luxury and privacy.
Just short of eight undulating acres, the property is ideal for the hobby farmer or equine enthusiast.
Built by the current owner, the split level residence takes advantage of the sloping block and the marvellous views from the elevated position.
The floor plan comprises three bedrooms, the main bedroom with an ensuite, study or fourth bedroom, formal sitting room and an open plan family living, dining area and kitchen.
It is the central family living area where efficient design ideals and attention to detail are most evident.
Lofty cathedral ceilings are a splendid feature here whilst large windows maximise the view.
Sliding doors from the living area, including one set of stacking doors, open to an extensive covered deck and alfresco area along the rear of the home, effectively increasing the living space and bringing the outdoors in.
Well equipped for the home chef, the kitchen features stone work surfaces, a glass splashback, Smeg appliances, vinyl wrap cabinetry, including an abundance of drawers, overheads, a walkin pantry plus a substantial island bench.
There is a sense of opulence upon entry, the interior is awash with a calming white palette and natural light.
Positioned either side of the broad tiled foyer are the study and formal sitting room.
From the sitting room there is the internal entry to the oversized double garage and direct access to the deck.
Steps down from the foyer lead to the family living zone.
Exposed timber ceiling beams here add an organic element to the otherwise white interior.
A solid fuel heater effectively warms the living area during the cooler months.
From the kitchen a passageway connects the three bedrooms, family bathroom, powder room, walk-in linen closet and the laundry.
The main bedroom, positioned away from the secondary bedrooms, includes a walk-in robe with fitted shelving and a beautifully styled ensuite featuring a glass block feature window, large vanity, corner shower and a separate toilet.
A door from the bedroom leads to the far end of the decking, a private spot where café blinds provide shelter from cool winds.
Bedrooms two, three and the laundry have built-in storage, there is also an additional walk-in linen press in the laundry.
Well appointed, the family bathroom includes a skylight, substantial vanity, shower and a spa bath.
Double glazed windows, insulated flooring, a reverse cycle air conditioner in the sitting room, which flows through to the family area and ceiling fans throughout provide year round comfort.
Ducted vacuuming, quality floor and window coverings are further inclusions.
Additional improvements include an 11m x 5m high clearance Colorbond shed with a roller door, under deck storage, stockyards, three water tanks, a dam and a circular driveway allowing safe and easy access to the property.
The gardens are immaculately maintained and feature a mix of native and exotic plants plus an assortment of fruit trees, including citrus, apples, stone fruits and a fig tree.
Gums and bushland line the banks of the Red Parrot Creek which runs along the rear of the property.
Rokeby township is a pleasant stroll via a nearby walking track.
Ten minutes’ drive takes you to Warragul, Drouin and the freeway, the school bus stops at the end of the lane.
Meticulous planning, faultless presentation and a stunning location, Number 36 Tymkin Road, Rokeby is indeed the epitome of luxury living.
For further information including pricing details, contact Melissa Ahearn from Barry Plant Drouin on 5625 3006 or 0409 183 763.