Nolan Place is a short cul-de-sac lined with maple trees. A picturesque and welcoming community, it’s quiet and established.
At the end of the court and built by an interior designer, this two-storey property has a stylish, understated and welcoming feel.
- Brad Teal Keilor: 9336 0200
- Price: Contact agent
- Auction: March 3 at 12.30pm
- Find out more about this property on Domain.com.au
Extra thought and expense was invested from the outset including double-brick walls, double-insulation with wool battens and an insulated Colourbond roof.
Merbau decking at the entryway with double oak doors complements concrete aggregate paving and low-maintenance gardens. Enter to Queensland spotted gum flooring and a green and cream colour scheme in keeping with the facade’s feel.
The house is zoned to ensure children and adults have independent living spaces. Two large bedrooms with built-in robes are on entry, joined by a large dual-access bathroom.
The hall leads to an office with views of the deep, square in-ground pool. Carpeted stairs lead to a fourth bedroom/rumpus room above the garage. It has a small
en suite and built-in robe.
Walk to the hub of the house, past the second living area/theatre room. Once in the kitchen and meals area, exposed timber-and-glass panelling encases the paved pool area below with an undercover downlit decked area. They match seamlessly with two walls of folding doors that complete the resort look.
In the kitchen, there’s a huge cream granite waterfall island bench with seating for four, soft-closing 2pac drawer storage, a Smeg dishwasher and Lofra 900mm oven with matching five-burner gas cooktop. A large butler’s pantry has more storage than you’ll know what to do with.
A third living space, looking out to the pool, has a large wood fireplace.
The parent’s retreat has a large en suite with twin basin timber vanity, double-length frameless shower, bidet and toilet. The bedroom has a walk-in robe and timber plantation shutters – as do all external windows.