Lynmore Living on Lewis
With an address in Lynmore - a short walk from the Redwood Forest - it's an easy ask to capture attention with this property. The home enjoys the distinction of individual character and points of difference which set it apart. There are obvious hints that indicate the house comes from a past era. Pelmets in the lounge, cornice features
for lighting and displays, plus some bathroom elements all highlight this home's original character. That's where the story ends. Renovation throughout has elevated its demeanour with a fresh approach and new décor. Neutral tones instil a soft tone in every room. Natural light is a big feature - carefully positioned glazing streaming in sun
and light wherever possible.
This is particularly evident in living areas. While there is a degree of division from the lounge at the front to the conservatory lounge at the rear, the flow is seamless and connects each area. Glazing showcases colonial styling and floor-length finish to stream sun and light inside. It runs from the front of the lounge, doors at the side,
into the dining area and out into the conservatory lounge at the back. Gabled glazing overhead in this room forms a sun-drenched room that's a joy to kick back and lounge around in. It has an intriguing connection with rooms too.
There's walk-through entry from the dining area, with its bar-stool element in the kitchen. But a serving alcove from the kitchen to this lounge is a clever idea, which enhances entertaining. The room next door is another surprise. Double doors close this room off, but as an ensuite bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, its position in the
house offers a range of options. Certainly an ensuite master bedroom. Maybe a guest wing, or room for elderly parent perhaps? A workplace even? Flexibility is the key here.
There are two more bedrooms upstairs - with private balconies inset with the roof pitch - plus a study and another bathroom. Storage is everywhere - from double wardrobes to closets to a pile of shelving in the garage. This home also enjoys a separate laundry.
Grounds are easy care. The front courtyard is all cobbled and features wide-eave verandah settings off the lounge. From here the path meanders past the dining area to the conservatory lounge at the rear where the backyard patio is all decked. With ample room for alfresco settings, lounge furniture and umbrella shade, this
home is all about entertaining - inside and out. Added sparkle includes stylish black chandeliers for evening mood in the dining area and lounge. Floor-length drapes add more intimacy once the sun goes down as well. The Redwoods, local park and tennis court aside, this is also handy to eateries down at the Redwood Centre,
recreation, leisure and Lynmore School. Perfect timing, with summer just around the corner.