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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.

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