Property ID: SAT10260 Listed by Vanessa
Our owners are on the move so have made the hard decision to sell their stunning rural home. Nestled among mature trees and established plantings this high quality and immaculate modern home is located at the end of a private cul-de-sac on Threepwood Farm with views of Lake Hayes. This area is perfect for easy access to Lake Hayes, the walking and cycle tracks and also has the usage of the Threepwood Farm owner's pavilion and tennis court.
Constructed in 2015 using local schist, vertical cedar and Linea this substantial 324 sq m home is situated on 3,484 sq m (more or less) of land. The home has four spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, two powder rooms and a good sized office. The chefs kitchen has black oak joinery and oak flooring, separate butler's pantry an engineered stone free standing bench.
High pitched ceilings, exposed steel portal beams, large windows and local schist feature nicely in the open plan living area which opens to the private outdoor terrace where you will find an impressive stacked stone open fireplace plus an additional outdoor dining / seating area. Excellent sunshine hours warm this well insulated home and there is a superb underfloor and radiator heating system makes life super cosy. A free standing wood burner is also in place.
The garaging would give Dr Who's Tardis a run for its money and is large enough to fit three cars and a boat and still have room for a workshop and somewhere to park the ride on lawnmower. Pop up sprinklers will help keep the lawn well-manicured and those with green fingers will appreciate the potting shed, wood shed and tunnel house.
Threepwood Farm property all have access to town supply services and mains gas which ensures you have all the conveniences of town living albeit in the country area.
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