Pet project for interior designer
Second living area created. By NATALIE HORDOV
OWNED by interior designer Jacquie Mcphee, this apartment has a lot of style.
The quality construction includes high ceilings and timber flooring, while the interior has been styled by Ms Mcphee, adding extra appeal to an already attractive home.
It has an open-plan living/dining area and kitchen with Smeg appliances, stone benchtops and ample storage.
The balcony and second bedroom have been transformed into a spacious second living area.
A servery window from the kitchen allows for easy entertaining in this space. Guests can even sit at the breakfast bar and chat while you are preparing the meal, while fullheight glass doors allow more light into the heart of the home.
There is plenty of room to add a bed to this room should guests come to stay and there is built-in storage.
The main bedroom has built-in robes and the chic bathroom has a marble-topped, double vanity unit, heated towel rail and full-height tiling.
There is a separate laundry with washing machine, dryer and storage.
The home has ducted airconditioning, LED lighting , video intercom and a store room in the garage area.
It is in a secure complex with a heated pool, well-equipped gym, herb garden, large meeting room and communal barbecue area.
Body corporate policy allows pets: one dog, one cat and one bird.
Selling agent Danielle Diffen said the quality complex was perfectly located for downsizers.
“It's the ultimate retirement destination, just a hop, skip and a jump to the best shopping, cafes, restaurants and to public transport,” she said.
The home is being sold in conjunction with Justin Wallace of Wallace Real Estate. ■