Welcome to 15 Owen Court, a home whose elegance is matched only by its thoughtful design. The large open spaces, beautifully planned layout and well executed finishing touches set this property a head and shoulders above many homes in its price class. As you turn up the quiet cul-de-sac that is Owen Court, you notice the home – tastefully rendered in a very modern off-white with a direct entry double garage on the right.
Ideally positioned as the last property on the left, you have no neighbour on your right – only trees from which kangaroos can be spotted lazing around most evenings. The curved paved driveway leads you up to the house, where a large double garage provides secure parking. The main entrance is off to the left of the garage, beneath a portico which is often used to catch the morning sun and watch the visiting birds as they fly around the kangaroo paw and Yucca shrubs.
Enter through the dual glazed doors and the magic truly begins, the front of the home hints at elegance but almost modestly understates the beauty that can be found inside. The vast openness of the alfresco sitting area, dining room, kitchen and lounge radiates both a grandness and intimacy that is rarely seen. It manages to achieve the feeling that the home could happily accommodate a large gathering – indeed weddings have been hosted in the past, however it does not feel empty or out of place with only a few family members watching a movie in the lounge or having dinner in the dining room.
The kitchen is enough to get most people excited – waterfall benchtops, a 900mm wide stove top and oven, ample space for a double fridge, not to mention more cupboard space than most could ever fill – but if that weren’t enough there is an adjacent “butlers kitchen,” with yet more cupboard and bench space – as well as a pantry.
Left past the kitchen you will find a long corridor which leads you firstly to the laundry, a very tastefully designed tiled room which continues the black and white theme consistent throughout the house. There is a benchtop running down the length of the room with plenty of cupboard space, as well as enough room to cater for a large washing machine and dryer. A door leads directly out to the back from there.
The first of three gorgeous bathrooms is the next room over, once again white tiled floors with beautiful black Italian tiles around both the shower and bath. It is not hard to imagine losing yourself in the generously sized tub, or if showering is more your thing all three showers in the home are double sized.
Bedrooms two, three, four and five are all queens size plus, also featuring the appealing wood lookalike floors which are present through the entire house as current owners who built the home prefer them to carpet. They all come with spacious, mirrored built in robes and each room boasts two large windows to let plenty of light in.
Towards the end of the corridor a sixth bedroom opens from the landing area between bedrooms four, five and the third bathroom, and is still large enough to accommodate a double bed. It also features big windows and a mirrored double built in robe, but could very easily be converted into an office for those who have no need of a sixth room. The landing area outside these rooms is a very clever use of space and doubles as a separate TV room, a wall mounted TV on the opposite side of the room from the couch is connected with Foxtel – an ideal space for kids or teenagers.
The most stylish and luxurious design and planning was reserved for the grand master suite, cleverly positioned on the opposite wing of the home from the other bedrooms. A door to the right of the dining area allows you into the 5.8 x 4.9 m haven, which features down lights along the bedside tables on either side of the king sized bed, as well as a lovely outlook from four large windows out to the trees which sit just beyond the fence line of the property.
An unbelievably large ensuite bathroom is hidden behind a frosted glass door, boasting both a deluxe spa bath and a double shower as well as a his and hers double basin with plenty of bench and cupboard space left over – the luxurious setting would not look out of place at a decadent hotel.
The room also boasts a walk in robe tucked neatly away behind the far wall, which features a mounted TV screen you can enjoy either from the comfort of your bed or from the lounge suite currently situated in front of it. The kitchen door at the back of the home opens onto the back entertainment area, which is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the home.
A large paved undercover area provides the perfect place for sundowners while gazing out over the grassed landscape, and the tasteful and cleverly constructed fence on the left side of the property gives privacy whilst centering the eye towards the large trees on the right side of the property.
The paving ends under the shaded patio, but the concrete slab extends right out to the end of the fence in a triangular shape and is stylishly pebbled. Architectural plants such as African Dragon Trees are lined on either side of the patio and tastefully add to the overall modern theme. The 340 m2 home is large by any proportions, but the generous 4,000 m2 block carries it well.
A two car shed was recently added, so all your needs can be met. A large Deakin air conditioner provides heating in the colder months, and there are two separate hot water tanks on either side of the house. It also has the added bonus of a rainwater tank for all your drinking needs. Breathtaking though the pictures and video are, this place truly needs to be seen to be fully appreciated so please contact Jess on 0410 631 335 to arrange a private viewing.
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