Fam­ily home close to river and sea

Great lay­out in­side, with low-main­te­nance gar­dens. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews -

BE­TWEEN the river and the sea, this fam­ily home has a lot of ap­peal.

You can walk down to the beach or take a stroll along the river, and there are parks and play­grounds nearby for the chil­dren.

If you have over­seas or in­ter­state guests, they may find a tour of the World War II tun­nels in­ter­est­ing.

Schools, shops, cafes and restau­rants are also within easy reach.

The home has a fan­tas­tic lay­out, with sev­eral liv­ing ar­eas, in­clud­ing a large for­mal liv­ing and din­ing room, theatre/games room and study.

Ev­ery­one can come to­gether in the open-plan ca­sual liv­ing/din­ing zone, which in­cludes a coun­try-style kitchen with fea­ture tiling and tim­ber cab­i­netry.

A spa­cious, cov­ered al­fresco area al­lows year-round en­ter­tain­ing, and can be a playspace for chil­dren on rainy days.

There are four bed­rooms and two bath­rooms.

The master has a walk-in robe and spa en­suite.the chil­dren’s wing is at the back of the home, pro­vid­ing good sep­a­ra­tion from the adults.

The home has tim­ber floor­ing, aircon­di­tion­ing, se­cu­rity, ceil­ing fans and a gas log fire.

The low-main­te­nance gar­dens have retic­u­la­tion and rain­wa­ter tanks and in­clude raised vegetable beds, fig trees and es­paliered roses.

The home is for sale by open ne­go­ti­a­tion. ■

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