In the peaceful hamlet of Eynesbury, where life is kicked back and the pace leisurely, this house on the end of a row of duplexes is a perfect retirees’ haven or first property for a young family.
It’s just down the road from The Homestead community hub and the golf club. And with the potential for the founding of a primary school and growth from a recent land release, the town – with its soul-uplifting entry via a long road lined with grey box forest – is likely destined for bigger things.
- Harcourts: 8065 5007
- Price: Contact agent
- Private sale
- Find out more about this property on Domain.com.au
Behind a white picket fence and small garden area, the house has entry under a verandah to a hallway laid with pearl-grey floor tiles which continue on into the expansive living hub at the back.
On the way are two carpeted bedrooms with the same soft-grey roller blinds and wall paint as found throughout. One has a built-in robe, the main with a fitted walk-in robe and en suite with raised square vanity basin atop a pale wood-grain vanity unit.
The third fitted bedroom is down a rear hallway (with two french-door closets) which it shares with a bathroom decorated similarly to the smaller, as well as a separate toilet.
The sleek kitchen, with soft-grey stone benches, has matte-white vinyl-wrap cabinetry, opaque glass-fronted overheads, white splashback tiles, a step-in corner pantry, a dishwasher and Technika Bellissimo 900mm cooker.
The big laundry, with french-door closet and cupboards, is off the living hub.
Ducted heating and a split-system offer effective climate control.
Sliding glass doors open to the good-sized side yard – ready for beautification – as well as the backyard which has a lawn and the rest laid with loose pebbles. There is plenty of scope to complete a personal project.
A double carport, accessed from a rear laneway, can easily double as entertainment space as needed.
This property will soon feature on BBC’s television show Wanted Down Under in the UK and Ireland.