The master has downlighting, built-in storage, a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite and a panel heater. Another bedroom has a box bay window, a ceiling rose, an in-built gas log fire and his-andher built-ins. The third bedroom also has builtins, a clerestory window and a panel heater.
The contemporary and light-filled rear section of the house has a central divide, before the open living area with a walkthrough on one side also providing access to the modern laundry with a skylight and bathroom with built-in storage, a deep spa tub, a glassed shower bay, a pedestal basin and a toilet.
Onthe other side is a family area with a gas coal-grate fireplace, builtin storage, a skylight, downlighting and double doors to a paved barbecue courtyard.
The contemporary galley-style Tas oak kitchen includes stone bench tops, a ceramic cooktop, a stainless-steel under-bench oven, an integrated dishwasher, an integrated fridge/freezer, an espresso coffee station, in-built microwave, an appliance cupboard, a double-door pantry cupboard and overhead cupboards with a white 2-pac finish.
The living/dining area has a reverse-cycle airconditioner as well as an in-built gas log fire, an in-built wide-screen television and motorised sun-screen blinds, which are part of the I-control home automation system.
It also has doubleglazed windows and rear floor-to-ceiling concertina doors that open to the sunny, north-facing garden courtyard.
The courtyard is lowmaintenance and has high walls for privacy, a timber studio or workshop with power and mature silver birch and weeping cherry.
The property is in the heart of historic Battery Point, close to cafes and restaurants, and also within a short walk of the Salamanca Place tourism hub.