Timeless Inge Bros Quality
This fabulous home was built in the 1970’s by Inge Bros who were known in industry as ‘award winning builders of classy houses’. Held by the one family since construction, it has just as much appeal now as it did at conception.
The attractive red clinker brick residence, set on 978sqm approx. of prime Mitcham land, offers pleasing accommodation and an array of wonderful vistas to lush gardens and an array of foliage.
There are four bedrooms; one is zoned at the front of the house and has a private ensuite, whilst the remaining three are zoned together at the rear of residence, sharing a central bathroom with a separate shower room, and an elevated position which overlooks the greenery of an expansive back yard.
There are dual living areas; a spacious lounge with a timber beamed ceilings, plus a casual living space within the kitchen and dining zone. Both areas open out to a stunning garden courtyard; an undercover area blends seamlessly with the cover of a deciduous Gleditsia tree to give you soft shade in summer, and a flow of natural light in winter. You’ll love this space for quiet reflection or as a place to enjoy the company of family and friends throughout the year.
The kitchen itself is sizeable and boasts an ASKO dishwasher, a stainless-steel oven and cooktop plus excellent cabinet and bench space.
There are a list of extras that will continue to impress; excellent storage, ceiling fans, gas ducted heating, air-conditioning, a fitted laundry, solar panels and solar hot water, a water tank, under house storage, a powered workshop and a secure double garage.
The location is also superb; walk to Mitcham or Heatherdale stations, local buses and the Rangeview shops with the popular Two Brothers café, close to quality schools and kinders, all on the doorstep of Simpsons Park and the popular Somers Trail. It is also easily accessible to Eastlink, shopping precincts including the newly renovated Eastland, and other sought after amenities.
Whether your interest lies in this Modernist home, or in the extensive allotment, an inspection is sure to impress.