Edgy, sleek, secluded and super-functional; it’s a work of art worth the wait on Wycombe…
The simplicity of minimalist mid-century and the urban edginess of industrial design, all softened by a little bit of The Hamptons’ on an enchanting Hills slice of some 2000sqm…
This one proves the most beautiful things are formed from many inspirations.
Forget the ‘look at me’ mentality of the concrete jungles demanding attention at the street.
No, this 2008-built 4-bedroom class act sits unassumingly behind a big liquid amber – way back on a long, uncharacteristically level block to build suspense and conjure a sense of seclusion in the most modest, unpretentious of ways.
A façade smothered in what looks like weatherboard – but is in fact much hardier – makes way for a split-level home with a bevvy of living areas, each playing their part in a truly flexible footprint.
The clever floorplan aside – which bookends open-plan living with a timber decked terrace and alfresco pavilion – it’s those inspired selections that set this one apart…
It’s the heated, polished concrete with beautifully busy aggregate, the hand cut limestone feature walls, and the cedar framed double-glazed windows that seem to always welcome a good glimpse of professionally landscaped gardens.
It’s the thick stone and Miele appliances of a kitchen that demands attention at the home’s light-drenched heart.
It’s the mosaic features tiles, more stone, and sleek vanities of its bathrooms – including the ensuite of a master bedroom with a walk-in robe kitted out in custom joinery.
It’s the way the artist-owner’s paintings sing on 3m-high, gallery-esque walls.
As for the double garage leading to some serious under-home storage, the rain tank capacity for water bills of next to nothing, and the multi-station irrigation system…
They’re just some of the reasons why its functionality matches its form. It’s a work of art that really works.
And there’s more:
– A total of four separate living zones
– Induction cooktop, dishwasher and double oven to kitchen
– Combustion feature fireplce to open-plan living
– Storage galore – including built-in robes to bedrooms, integrated linen press and under-house storage
– Professionally landscaped gardens
– Merbau timber decking to pavilion/terrace
– Heated floors throughout
– Raised veggie patches/stations with irrigation
– Twin, stone-topped vanities and full-height tiling to bathrooms
– 34,000L rainwater storage – fed to home and gardens
– Walking distance from Aldgate Primary School
– And so many more.
CT / 5404/730
Council / City of Adelaide Hills
Zoning / CL
Built / 2008
Land / 2068m2
Council Rates / $2475.35pa
SA Water / $434.73pq
ES Levy / $395.20pa
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