The contemporary lines of this two-bedroom, double-storey townhouse, with its dark brickwork, soft grey rendering and glass-panelled front door, are certain to beguile first-home buyers and investors.
Smoke-toned floorboards, paired with fresh white walls, flow from the entrance through an open, light-drenched living room and meals area arranged around a sophisticated kitchen.
- Barry Plant Sunshine: 8326 8888
- Price: $540,000 – $570,000
- Auction: May 4 at 3pm
- Find out more about this property on domain.com.au
Here, plentiful cabinets finished in glossy black reflect light and complement white stone benchtops and modern appliances. The island breakfast bar, overhung with pendant lights, is kept sleek and uncluttered with the inclusion of a gunmetal grey undermount sink with chrome mixer tap.
A split-system mounted just above a glass slider ensures the ambience is relaxed and comfortable in this living zone, whether cooking up a storm, relaxing with company, or simply catching up with favourite tv shows.
Black edging on the glass sliding door – indeed on all the dwelling’s windows – frame a sunny courtyard just outside.
Pavers and a garden strip in this compact area keep it a trouble-free space. Dark grey Colorbond fences keep the space private, while a side door leads securely to the single lock-up garage, and a water tank merges seamlessly into the yard.
Upstairs, two bedrooms have built-in robes and a central bathroom is finished from floor-to-ceiling with attractive tiles. It also has bespoke tap mixers, a large shower and a glossy black vanity that picks up on the kitchen’s scheme.
Sitting alongside a study nook, a covered, private balcony is a sanctuary from the world or just a great place to snooze when the books start to overwhelm.
Sheer and blockout roller blinds at the windows, ducted heating, and a ground level toilet and a laundry add to the picture.
This is a great townhouse in a vibrant community located near a range of sports and leisure facilities, including Sunshine Football Club, as well as Ballarat Road’s café and shops.
Sunshine Harvester Primary School and Braybrook College are about 500 metres away.