Your character filled family home awaits
Designed by an airline pilot, this home draws inspiration from European architecture with a strong nod to British history. Unique and attractive this 280sqm (more or less) home has it all, from the moment you step through the door with its stained glass features and take in the brick turret style staircase which is capped with a pitched glass roof to draw in the light, it has you captured.
Wandering through, a gable-pitched roof with an exposed timber frame in the lounge really sets the tone. The beautiful woodwork throughout keeps a warm and homely atmosphere, and the exposed brick walls create texture and intrigue.
Special features such as the nook where you can sip wine and read in cosy comfort around the fireplace, and the wine rack sunk into the brick wall adds to its personality and reminds you that this is not your straight back and sides style home. An office sits on a mezzanine above the large kitchen and family room allowing a great workspace and the ability to watch the boats coming and going from Half Moon Bay Marina.
The home boasts four double size bedrooms with a spacious master complete with ensuite and walk-through wardrobe, and an added bonus of its own private deck. There are two family bathrooms, large laundry, a separate dining room, and an inviting gas fireplace in the second living/ family room. A great feature is the underfloor heating in the lounge, dining room and hallway for those winter months. French doors allow easy access from the lounge, dining, and second living conveniently to the outside areas.
Making sure this lovely home fulfills all modern family needs is a large fenced-off swimming pool to guarantee summer long fun, as well as a nice bbq area for outdoor entertaining. The easy care garden and paved areas are nicely balanced with the raised vege and herb beds and manicured flat grassy areas. The 981sqm (more or less)property is fully fenced and set back from the road allowing private enjoyment.
There's triple garaging and space enough still for the boat...