lux­ury at lake­side

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Real Estate - words Han­nah Sil­ver­man photography David Cronin

WEL­COME to lake­side lux­ury. This mag­nif­i­cent West Lakes prop­erty is ideally po­si­tioned and of­fers a pri­vate lake frontage. Agent Ja­nine Mag­ill says the home has the ‘‘ wow fac­tor’’ and she de­scribes the life­style as ‘‘ab­so­lute lux­ury’’.

‘‘When you’re there, you feel like you are at the Ho­tel Ver­sace,’’ she says.

The custom-built house is set on 537sq m in a quiet cul-de-sac.

The home boasts spa­cious for­mal and in­for­mal liv­ing ar­eas on both its lev­els.

With porce­lain tiling through­out, the el­e­gant pre­sen­ta­tion is sure to im­press.

A neu­tral colour scheme will ac­com­mo­date a va­ri­ety of fur­ni­ture styles to give the new own­ers flex­i­bil­ity in dec­o­rat­ing.

The ground floor of­fers a large liv­ing area and an open-plan meals, kitchen and sit­ting area which, Ms Mag­ill says, is the heart of the home.

The kitchen has qual­ity ap­pli­ances. The fridge is neatly hid­den be­hind doors.

Also down­stairs are two of the three bed­rooms. One has a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite.

Lead­ing you to the sec­ond floor are Tas­ma­nian oak stairs with marine-grade stain­less steel, glass sides and ban­is­ters.

Atop the stairs, you will find the mas­ter bed­room, which fea­tures a walk-in wardrobe and en suite with spa.

It is con­ve­niently com­ple­mented with a bal­cony and large en­ter­tain­ing area.

This area also could act as a the­atre room, with a re­mote-con­trolled 2.8m x 1.4m screen al­ready built in.

Ms Mag­ill says this con­fig­u­ra­tion is rem­i­nis­cent of top-flight pent­house-style liv­ing and can act as a re­treat for your fam­ily.

Out­side, the fully land­scaped gar­dens fea­ture a mod­ern wa­ter fea­ture and herb gar­den.

Through­out the home, the new own­ers will ha plenty of op­tions for en­ter­tain­ing, Ms Mag­ill sa ‘‘There is so much en­ter­tain­ing space,’’ she sa ‘‘The bal­cony up­stairs is very wide, so you c en­ter­tain up­stairs, or down­stairs where there a sunken lounge.

‘‘Out­side in the per­gola area, there is a plumb bar­be­cue and then there are steps to the wat so you can also sit down there.

‘‘You can have peo­ple all around the house dif­fer­ent spots.’’

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The pri­vate lake frontage has boat ac­cess, which is a pleas­ant draw­card for the marine en­thu­si­ast.

Ad­di­tional fea­tures in­clude a 1500-litre rain­wa­ter tank, pop-up sprin­klers, a dou­ble garage and mon­i­tored se­cu­rity. ‘‘You’re in the lap of lux­ury,’’ Ms Mag­ill says. ‘‘It’s peace­ful. ‘‘The lake is sparkling out­side. ‘‘It’s to­tally pri­vate and it’s just an­other world. ‘‘You’re to­tally sat­is­fied there and you don’t feel like you would want for any­thing else.’’

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