Open your motorised front gate when you arrive at 61 Home Road and relax – there’s nothing left to do.
Surrounded by the period-rich properties that make up this pocket of Newport, the location has an old-school community vibe.
- Barlow McEwan Tribe: 9391 1888
- Price: Contact agent
- Auction: November 18 at 2pm
- Find out more about this property on Domain.com.au
The house’s contemporary facade tips its hat to that heritage, so blends seamlessly with the streetscape.
With a kindergarten a block away and a park at the end of the street, this neighbourhood is also serviced by Hall Street shops and Newport train station.
This new build has been designed to tick every box for families. There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms, a two-car garage and ample outdoor space.
With open-style living downstairs, the feel is contemporary and bright. Hardwood American oak floorboards will last a lifetime. High ceilings with downlights feel timeless, too, and accentuate the sense of space.
The kitchen is all white high gloss and 2pac, with a composite stone waterfall breakfast bench and loads of storage.
The kitchen overlooks the dining area, with the lounge room beyond. There’s loads of room for the whole family to relax in front of the gas fireplace after dinner.
Ducted vacuum, ducted heating and cooling, video intercom, perimeter alarm are inclusions that add appeal and value.
Upstairs find three fitted bedrooms – two with walk-in robes, the main with an en suite. Another bathroom is up here, too.
The bathrooms all have a designer feel, with ceramic tiling and over-sized frameless showers. There is a curved, free-standing plunge bath in the main bathroom.
Outdoor entertaining is taken care of thanks to a decked undercover area and a lawn area for the kids to play or for relaxing with friends in the sun.
The property has easy access to many of the attractions offered by the inner west, including beaches, walking and biking tracks and eateries, while the West Gate Bridge to the city is just a few minutes drive away.
There’s a a great fourth bedroom at the front of the house that’s ready to go if visitors are invited to stay.