‘Kin­gleigh Park’ An elite level of lux­ury and pri­vacy

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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.

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