This Hamptons-style property is a high-quality blank canvas, perfect for a family to move into and infuse their own personality within fantastically stylish spaces.
One of two new townhouses, it’s fitted out and styled with quality materials such as stone-style porcelain tiling, spotted gum flooring, heavy-set doors and even down to the Hettich joinery in the kitchen.
- Gunn & Co: 9397 5555
- Price: $1.35 million – $1.45 million
- Auction: June 9 at 1.30pm
- Find out more about this property on Domain.com.au
In an often missed pocket of ’old Williamstown’, there is an atmosphere here that speaks of this historic suburb’s origins.
Clough Street is a small, quiet street two blocks back from the water’s edge, with Clough Street Reserve offering some open space and great play equipment.
Inside, the decor is clean and the colours and materials used are complementary, creating a crisp and welcoming ambience.
The main bedroom has grey carpeting, a good-sized walk-in robe, plantation shutters on the windows and large downlights.
The en suite has over-sized stone-style porcelain tiling, a double-length frameless shower with inset shelf and matte black fixtures. Twin hand basins are set in composite stone benches with soft-closing white 2pac cabinetry.
Upstairs there are two more bedrooms, all carpeted with built-in wardrobes and lovely light filtered by plantation shutters.
The main bathroom mirrors the decor found in the en suite.
There’s a TV room/ retreat space too, offering a cosy get-away.
Down the hardwood stairs, spotted gum flooring extends into the open-plan living area.
The kitchen has white 2pac soft-closing cabinetry, stone benches and Smeg appliances.
The stainless-steel 900mm oven is standout and has a five burner gas cook top. Its breakfast bench is large and as the inset matte stainless-steel sink is set to the side, offering a large space for working or mingling.
The laundry features more of that stone-style tiling – featured in all wet areas. It looks great with a new-style square-set stainless-steel sink.
Opposite the relaxing meals and lounge area, concertina doors offer indoor-outdoor living. The deck is surrounded by low maintenance garden beds leading to the double garage with a finished studio, or possible teenager’s retreat, above.