The Magnet of Redwood Forest
At around 1254sqm, this site is potentially sub-dividable. Given the size, there are loads of options with this rear pocket. Look to the rear of the house and there's ample room to store bikes, the boat, the motorhome - the lot. It sits neatly out of sight from the house, thanks to a lush fringe of native trees and plants. The section has a gentle slope to it, so the house is elevated, which puts it above this backyard playground and allows a degree of privacy between both areas. It's another attractive feature, if subdivision is something on the table to consider. There is already decent off-street parking into the house itself - a fully paved drive off a private alley this property shares with the neighbour. Privacy is a key element of this home - thanks to the rear position and the way this garden stretches out to the rear. It's a spacious home. The design has a colonial hint from the front - a vine-clad verandah, with bay window and gabled roofing giving a charming welcome to the house. It flows well - a generous open-plan, family hub offering a well-appointed centrally positioned kitchen. It serves each area nicely - a breakfast bar for casual meals merging with the dining and family lounge. The kitchen also links with the lounge next door, which is handy - a cavity sliding door shutting the room off when required; because there's a separate access into the lounge anyway for everyone else. Bi-fold windows in the kitchen make serving drinks and food outside a breeze as well. It's a lovely home for entertaining. The huge deck links the house with the garden fringe of trees and natives, while paths and steps weave down from this stage to the playground behind. Kids will have a ball here - safe in the back garden playing footie or tinkling with the bikes before heading down to the Redwoods. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms - including twin vanities in the master ensuite - plus a separate office; this home has everything needed for a happy family life.