Tarneit isn’t know for its Victorian-style houses, however a uncommon residence that captures the ethos is wowing patrons.
The custom-designed house at 4 Scarborough Court took a 12 months to construct in 2005 within the sought-after Royal Oaks property and is full of interval model from its 2.7m ceilings to its double-hung home windows, ceiling roses and timber flooring.
Barry Plant Tarneit director Rick O’Halloran mentioned the home was “one of the elite” within the suburb and on a really brief listing of Victorian-style houses within the postcode.
Mr O’Halloran added that one of many first individuals by way of the house had walked out saying “this isn’t a home, it is a palace”.
It’s a good assertion, given the house’s 500sq m inside contains 4 dwelling areas, with day by day life centred on the open-plan leisure zone on the rear of the bottom stage.
Anchored by a kitchen with bullnose granite benchtops, European home equipment and a walk-in pantry, the house opens through French doorways to a solar room with a built-in barbecue and sink, plus bistro screens to make it comfy within the cooler months.
The principle bed room has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, and joins a visitor bed room with a bay window on the bottom stage. 4 extra bedrooms share the higher stage with a rest room, media room and east-facing balcony.
Mr O’Halloran estimated the sample paved driveway would have price greater than $30,000 alone.
“You’d match eight vehicles on it, after which there’s aspect entry beside the storage and residential that’s large enough to place a truck by way of,” he mentioned.
“And that goes out to the person cave with house for 2 or three caravans.”
With a $1.35m-$1.45m asking worth the house is listed for personal sale.
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