This elevated family home boasting vistas to the Dandenong Ranges gives little clue to the scope of what lies beneath its attractive, yet modest, façade, but once you step inside, you’ll be made more than aware.
Stunning timber floors in a classic Herringbone pattern allow continuity across the home’s plentiful living zones. There is one upon entry, creating a fabulous first impression; it flows through to a flexible area that’s ideal for formal dining or a work from home space. The second is expansive, encompassing a generous family room and a sitting area in front of a wood-burning fireplace; this is guaranteed to be a favourite spot to retire to in the cooler months. Adjoining, is a large meals zone, and a modern hostess kitchen that’s equipped with stainless steel appliances, deep stone benchtops, a double undermount sink and an abundance of cabinetry. In perfect complement to the numerous living zones are 4 robed bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The master which has a parent’s retreat, a walk-in robe and a noteworthy ensuite, is privately located at the front of the home, whilst the remainder are zoned together, sharing the use of a central bathroom.
Once outside, the magnitude of what’s on offer will continue to both surprise and delight. There’s an extensive paved area that’s protected by a high, pitched roof pergola; it provides more than ample space for both lounging and dining alfresco style. This adjoins a vast backyard, the scale of which is rarely seen in suburban areas anymore; blocks of 1,228m2 approx. are almost unheard of these days. Here, lush grass, well-tended gardens, a dreamy gazebo and a magnificent Oak tree combine to create a place that will be the envy of friends and family, and there’s also plenty of room to add a pool if you desire.
A variety of inclusions add yet further value. These include gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, fresh painting and new carpets, a video doorbell, 2 large storage sheds that are ideal for tradespeople, a 3-car garage and a single carport. There’s also securely gated rear access to the property via Colchester Road. The location of the home will further entice prospective buyers. You’re close to buses with rail links, local shopping precincts including Alchester Village, a number of primary and secondary schools plus a variety of parks and reserves.
It’s the synergy of the home’s individual elements that make it the enticing proposition that it is. To avoid disappointment, inspect without delay.