If you think you can’t have it all, think again. This brand new three-bedroom boutique residence on 4 acres delivers in spades, with a glorious setting, views in all directions, an abundance of space and a quality build.
Set well back from the quiet country road, a statement entrance sets the tone, opening to a ceramic tiled entry hall which flows into a palatial, open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with reverse-cycle air conditioning. Here the wow factor really kicks in as you take in the expansive rural outlook through glass stacker doors which take up most of the north-facing wall. The doors open onto a large ceramic tiled and covered patio, bathed in northerly sun in winter and shaded in summer, with a ceiling fan for extra comfort. When the doors are fully open, the indoor and outdoor spaces merge seamlessly into one massive entertaining area. It’s easy to image this house full of love and laughter with friends and family.
A 2.9 metre ceiling, fresh white walls and clean angles add to the wonderful sense of space and an entertainer’s kitchen runs the full width of the living-dining room with a wide Caesarstone island lit with sleek pendant lights. A large walk-in pantry keeps everything tidy and there’s plenty of bench space, floor-to-ceiling white cupboards and a stone-tiled splashback. Quality appliances include a Siemens dishwasher, Asko rangehood and Neff gas cooktop and electric wall oven.
A cosy carpeted lounge room with more stacker doors to the deck takes up the north-west corner of the home. With vistas in two directions, it’s the perfect spot for quiet reflection.
The bedrooms are cleverly set apart from the living spaces by a walk-through study connecting to a hallway and the large master bedroom, which makes the most of the northerly aspect with walls of glass on two sides. Drop the blinds for privacy or leave them open to get a real sense of living in nature. The spacious ensuite features a double vanity and curbless walk-in shower.
Leading off the hallway are two more bedrooms, both with built-in robes and celling fans, a large laundry with ample bench space, a walk-in storage room, and a three-way family bathroom with free-standing bath, curbless walk-in shower, double vanity in a vestibule and separate toilet.
The house has a solar water heater, solar power feeding back to the grid and a worm-farm septic system. A 251,000 litre water tank services the house and garden, which includes raised vegetable beds and a variety of fruit trees. The property is fully fenced and there’s potential to create paddocks for horses or livestock if desired. The roomy lock-up double garage has automatic doors and access to the entry hall, and a shipping container used for storage could be part of the sale.
– A range of public and independent schooling options located close by
– Five-minute drive to Paterson
– 20 minutes into Maitland
– 40 minutes to the Hunter’s wineries and restaurants
– Less than an hour to Newcastle
Expressions of interest close 22 August 2020.
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