Got a big family to house or got lots of furniture and chattels to spread about or simply want room move, swing a cat or two ?? Then you must take a look at 12 Golf Crescent as it sure won’t cramp your style.
It was built in 2013 and has space galore. The first section of the house; the entry portico and hall, carport and study, accommodate the slightly sloping nature of the land as the floor level is lower than the remainder of the house. This creates a wonderful high ceiling.
The study is bigger than normal, almost too big to call a study, more like personal theatre or Mum & Dad’s lounge. It easily lends itself to two desks, chairs, filing cabinets, ie to work stations.
Up the steps to the massive open plan kitchen, meals and family area with filled with oodles of natural light through a wide expanse of down-to-floor-level windows.
Parents like to cast a watchful eye over their kids at homework time don’t they? To make sure they’re actually doing work and not playing games on their PC. Here, the kids’ activity/study area is raised two steps and open plan, directly in-line and in view from the kitchen.
The Main Bedroom with its ensuite, toilet cubicle and robe are tucked just off the activity area.
At the rear of the family room and up a couple of steps to the remaining 3 bedrooms and family bathroom.
Slide open those beautiful family room door to exit the house onto a long patch of maintenance free imitation lawn and loads of paving so having to weed a horrible back yard will never be a problem. The al fresco dining area over looks the paved and lawned area.
Up a few more steps to the raised, paved back yard screened by a Lilly-Pilly hedge that will one day hide the garden shed from view.
A big house might use a lot of energy to heat and cool it, you might think. This property has a 12 panel solar array on the roof to generate supplementary power for the reverse cycle ducted air conditioning. There’s also an energy saving solar hot water unit.
The block size is 799sqm and is in an elevated section of Fairways Green Estate with a view to the South West side of town.
Although the house is currently occupied by tenants paying $490 per week, the fixed term lease has expired so vacant possession can be given to a buyer at settlement.
There won’t be any Homes Open of this lovely home so Steve Hill and Lara Turnbull are ready, willing and able to take your call to setup a private, by-appointment, inspection.