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65 Alwyn Street, MITCHAM

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Sold $2,225,000

A New Standard Of Luxury

With its beautiful street presence, significant space and prized location; this magnificent home leaves all others in its wake.

Showcasing fine design and fastidious attention to detail, wide French Oak floorboards flow down an impressive entry hall and past a media room with built-in cabinetry and a moody colour palette; leading to an expansive open plan living room, dining area and showpiece kitchen equipped with a full complement of high-end appliances, including four Smeg ovens, a stone island breakfast bar and a fabulous butler’s pantry with a preparation sink and additional storage.

Breezy indoor/outdoor living is achieved with large stacker doors opening to a covered alfresco deck; complemented by a stunning landscaped backyard with an ornamental vine arbour and a lush lawn area for the kids and pets.

A guest bedroom with a modern ensuite is conveniently located on the ground floor; paired upstairs with a teenager’s retreat and the sumptuous master haven appointed with decadently large his-and-hers fitted dressing rooms and a luxurious hotel-style ensuite with a freestanding tub, walk-in rainfall shower and dual basin vanity. Three additional double bedrooms boast walk-in robes, wall mounted televisions and sophisticated ensuites.

Finishing touches include video intercom, an alarm, ducted heating/vacuuming, evaporative cooling, powder room, plantation shutters and a double auto garage with internal access.

Resting comfortably within the acclaimed Vermont Secondary College zone and an easy walk to the Rangeview shops, Mitcham Train Station and Charles Rooks Reserve. There’s close proximity to Mount Pleasant Road Primary School, Mullauna College, the Eastern Freeway/Eastlink and major shopping destinations including Westfield Doncaster, Box Hill Central and Eastland Ringwood.

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Tue 12th Feb 2019