Unique, spa­cious and with park­land views

The Gazette Real Estate - - VIEW -

Buy­ers in the mar­ket for a home with a dif­fer­ence, loads of space and a first rate lo­ca­tion will be drawn by this prop­erty’s in­trigu­ing street pres­ence.

The orig­i­nal mod­est dwelling has un­der­gone ex­ten­sive ren­o­va­tions and im­prove­ments to cre­ate a spa­cious, mod­ern home ideal for a large fam­ily.

Lo­cated on the north side of Sut­ton Street, the prop­erty has the en­vi­able po­si­tion of ad­join­ing and over­look­ing pic­turesque Brooker Park and the wetlands.

Spread over two lev­els, the lay­out high­lights four bed­rooms, in­clud­ing two with an en­suite, a fam­ily bath­room, home of­fice, two large liv­ing ar­eas and a well equipped kitchen.

There are also shel­tered out­door en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas on each level, an over­sized dou­ble garage which has cov­ered ac­cess to the home to­gether with off street vis­i­tor park­ing.

A step in­side re­veals a light and wel­com­ing en­try hall with high ceil­ings and warm bam­boo floor­ing.

The front of the res­i­dence is orig­i­nal and ac­com­mo­dates two of the bed­rooms, one with a mir­rored robe and a ceil­ing fan, the fam­ily bath­room and a pow­der room.

Dou­ble glazed win­dows are in­cluded in these street fac­ing bed­rooms, the orig­i­nal front door has been re­placed by a lou­vered win­dow, an in­no­va­tive idea which as­sists with ven­ti­la­tion.

A short flight of stairs from the en­try leads to the open plan liv­ing area and kitchen.

Cathe­dral ceil­ings here em­pha­sise the feel­ing of space whilst large win­dows across the north face max­imise the nat­u­ral light and marvellous out­look across the park.

Tim­ber and Color­bond mini orb has been used in the kitchen cab­i­netry, cre­at­ing a re­laxed aes­thetic to this work space.

A bright tiled splash­back adds a pop of colour.

Ap­pli­ances in­clude an im­pres­sive Fal­con dual oven cooker with canopy range­hood.

Stor­age is well cov­ered with a gen­er­ous walk-in pantry and there is plenty of space at the bench for ca­sual meals. Slid­ing glass doors con­nect to the par­tially cov­ered deck with a gas plumbed built-in bar­beque, sink and stor­age.

Glass balustrade around the deck al­lows an unim­peded view of the peace­ful bush back­drop, steps lead down to the rear gar­den and lower level.

Ad­join­ing the liv­ing area are the home of­fice and the main bed­room with a walk-in robe, ceil­ing fan and an en­suite.

Re­turn­ing to the en­try hall, a sec­ond set of stairs con­nects to the ground floor where there is a large rum­pus/games room com­plete with an in­built bar, the util­i­ties room and bed­room four which also in­cludes a walk-in robe and en­suite.

Glass doors from both the bed­room and games room pro­vide out­side ac­cess, the games room leads to a cov­ered pa­tio and fern­ery.

Fur­ther fea­tures in­clude hy­dronic panel heaters on both lev­els and ceil­ing fans in the liv­ing area.

The gar­dens are a mix of low main­te­nance na­tive va­ri­eties, as­sorted fruit trees and well tended veg­gie beds.

A wa­ter tank sup­plies the gar­den and there is a quaint en­clo­sure for chick­ens.

Schools, the War­ragul Coun­try Club, cor­ner store and of course park­land are all within an easy walk.

This unique home is truly one of a kind. Ar­range your per­sonal in­spec­tion to see for your­self what this prop­erty has to of­fer.

Con­tact the sales team of Quirk Real Es­tate War­ragul on 5623 6062, Vin Quirk 0417 350 720, Ge­off Quirk 0418 515 949 or Ni­cole Mor­ris 0407 235 464.

Num­ber 111 Sut­ton Street, War­ragul is on the mar­ket for $645,000.

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