In aspirational Rolling Meadows estate, neighbouring other high-calibre properties, this modern beauty is packed with family appeal – and a huge shed on the block of about 4047 square metres is a definite drawcard for tradie or home business owner.
- LJ Whorlow: 9740 9000
- Price: $860,000 – $905,000
- Private sale
- Find out more about this property on Domain.com.au
Entry is to a tiled hallway which bisects a grey-carpeted lounge room and a dining room with floating floorboards. These rooms are the first of three living zones, the others a tiled and light-filled family-meals area (with wood heater); and a rumpus room for the kids to gather for a movie night.
The kitchen has an expansive black Caesarstone bench which incorporates brekky bar and open display shelves – perfect for recipe book library or special items. A black glass splashback pairs with stylish timber-veneer cabinetry, and there are wine racks, a concealed walk-in pantry and 900mm cooker.
Off the entry hall behind double doors, the main bedroom has loads of space for retreat or study (although there’s a separate study across the way), as well as a walk-in wardrobe and a large en suite with dual bowl-basins and a corner spa.
A bank of windows dressed in lovely pearl-grey drapes adds light and extra class to a parents’ haven.
Three more fitted bedrooms (one with a walk-in robe) share a rear hallway with a smart main bathroom, separate toilet and laundry.
An integrated alfresco area has boards that extend as a deck into the enormous yard, while a cantilevered umbrella provides optional shade.
Swathes of lawn and islands of easy-care plantings surround the 15 x 7.5-metre shed which has concrete floor, power connection and high-span roller door to allow for boat or caravan entry – or even a truck.
Other notable features include
ducted heating and cooling, water tanks, a remote-controlled double garage with internal access, and wide side
The town centre is less than 10 minutes away and Melbourne Airport under 20; Goonawarra Primary School is a few minutes down the road, and Sunbury Secondary College no more than eight.