A high specification build just over 10 years young. You will be amazed at what you can enjoy when you close the front door on the world outside. From here on you could be anywhere!
The surprise starts inside the front door. The central passage with its high ceilings opens out to a lounge and 3 bedrooms. All generously proportioned rooms, but the main bedroom is breath-taking with its balcony and views across the creek and beyond. It has an ensuite and full width walk in robe and built in dressing table with room for much more besides. The balcony, accessed by sliding glass doors, provides a private sitting area with views, room for a container garden and a source of gully winds on summer evenings. Gives the r/c air conditioning a rest while providing great comfort. With tree views extending to the horizon and the sound of birds, tranquility is what you experience.
The down stairs living area consists of family room, dining and an exceptional kitchen, including a built in fridge as one of its features, all again overlooking the garden beyond. A generous laundry, extra toilet and a croft/cellar with storage for maturing beer and wines and capacity to serve as a workshop, plus so much more. The veranda/patio area is covered in an insulated translucent roof for relaxed family living.
The home, built in 2005, with its split level design, makes exciting use of the 400sqm + block so that beside the garage there is ample parking out the front to comfortably accommodate 2 cars off street, or a caravan, and a lovely garden at the rear. Fully fenced and retained, the garden looks out over the Tea Tree Gully Creek with its regular wildlife visitors.
On top of all this, your home is walking distance from historic Tea Tree Gully Hotel, Coffee Shoppe and adjacent restaurants. Anstey's Hill is just a short walk away and you have all the benefits of a choice of schools in walking distance, local shopping, OBahn with access to TTP or the City if you choose. Being slightly elevated at the rear you have views that give you that rural feeling on the edge of the suburbs.
You could consult also: 'Tea Tree Gully Township Precinct Plan', showing Council's commitment to preserving and developing the ambience of the historical precinct.
Year built: 2005
Land size: 407
Dwelling size: 261