Beside a majestic old pin oak tree, surrounded by private hedging, this gracious Master Built home is a rare combination – it is pristine, lovely and ready to live in, but a renovation of the already functional and large kitchen would transform it into a masterpiece. Whether you’re a ‘walk-in-and-do-nothing’ buyer or more of a ‘stomp-in-and-stamp-your-mark’ sort, this home offers the best of both.
The hallmark of this house is its two generous living areas, which are both north-facing to capture maximum winter sun. The luxurious formal lounge/dining/sitting area leads through to the large casual open-plan kitchen/dining/living room which features a centrally located slow-combustion wood fire for cosy winter warmth and ambience. The home has been recently fitted with high-end timber shutters throughout the main areas, and also features hardwood floors.
A sunny entertaining deck with garden views flows from the kitchen. The deck continues across the rear of the house to a large expanse of lawn, perfect for a spot of cricket.
The master suite (including walk-in robe and ensuite) is located at the rear of the home with direct access to the back deck and more garden views. The other bedrooms (all with built-ins) are all generously sized and all include plush carpet and lovely blinds or curtains.
Another notable feature of this superbly decorated, rendered-brick home is how light, bright and airy it feels – nine foot ceilings contribute to this. Every room has been nurtured with an artist’s eye. The double garage has direct access into the home.
Just a couple of minutes’ walk to the Gibraltar Hotel and Golf Course for a quick 18 holes, dinner or cocktails, or a level 1.8 kilometre walk to the train station/Bowral town centre, this half-acre beauty with majestic established gardens will appeal to downsizers from acreage needing a spacious home with less outdoor maintenance, but it is also amply sized for a large family.
Ducted gas central heating
Very well insulated for stable heat/cool throughout the seasons
Whisper-quiet street lined with fifty-year-old cherry trees
Recently renovated old cold-climate garden includes new plantings of many camellias and maple trees and a remarkable and established large zelkova tree (Japanese origin)
Walk to two golf courses, Bowral town centre, bush walking tracks and a dog park