With the latest land release selling in the twinkling of an eye, Eynesbury is going gangbusters – understandably, since the quiet village is such a great place to raise a young family or to enjoy peace in retirement. This house, on 575 square metres on the edge of the grey-box forest, is a mighty fine place to do either.

Flawlessly presented and tastefully decorated, the house has top-notch laminate floorboards flowing throughout, emphasising the sense – and actuality – of spaciousness and harmony. Snazzy roller blinds on all windows, light-coloured walls and the softest olive tones on highlight walls deliver an on-point stylish look.

 

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 

 

 

Living areas include an open lounge room beyond the front door; an expansive tri-zone living hub with large windows framing lovely garden views; and upstairs sitting and theatre spaces, the latter with access to a balcony – from which the soon-expected new primary school will be seen.

The shmick kitchen has a large Caesarstone island bench, window splashback, an abundance of storage in pale grey and chocolate tones, a great preparation nook, a European 900mm cooker and a Miele dishwasher.

Opposite the laundry (with Caesarstone bench and chocolate-coloured cabinetry) and a powder room along the entry hall, the main bedroom has a concealed walk-in wardrobe and an open en suite with dual basins set in Caesarstone, plus an enclosed toilet.

Tasmanian oak stairs lead to four more big bedrooms – each with walk-in wardrobe – a walk-in closet, a powder room and sleek main bathroom. The spaces here are huge, and ducted cooling takes care of summer heat. (Ducted heating is throughout.)

The covered alfresco off the living hub is beautifully executed, with exposed aggregate underfoot and one wall of multi-paned glass positioned to provide wind/rain shelter, as well as a series of raised garden beds.

Out back and along one side, lilly pilly hedging conceals fences, the lawn is manicured and fruit trees and vegie gardens mingle with great landscaping. There’s also a garden shed.

 

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)

16 Inglewood Avenue, Eynesbury, 3338 (Photo supplied)