The Border Watch : November 1st 2013
2 Bluebell Drive, Mount Gambier Timeless design I F YOU are searching for a modern home with classic finishes, timeless design and oozing class, look no further than this beautiful home at 2 Bluebell Drive in Mount Gambier. Boasting gorgeous floating timber floors, nine-foot ceilings and set on a sprawling 1693m2 block, this newly listed home is a standout on the city’s property market. With beautiful yellow roses framing the front facade of the expansive home, the charming property – which is on a prominent corner block - has been meticulously designed to capture a sense of elegance and long-lasting style. The home’s smorgasbord of impressive features include an ornate working gas fire place, decorative cornices, a ceiling rose, beautiful light pendants, stunning arched hallway and a classic white kitchen. Moreover, the home – which was built in 2006 by quality Mount Gambier building firm Empak - also has a stunning main bathroom that has a delightful claw-foot bath and heritage style tiles. The front of the home, including the main bathroom, also boasts beautiful cedar windows, which adds a sense of warmth and elegance to this impressive home. spread out Importantly, the interior of the home has also been fitted with quality window furnishings, including swag and tail curtains. Leadlight windows have been incorporated into the front design of the home, which also has the convenience and warmth of ducted gas heating, SAL Real Estate marketing agent Sara O’Connor said the “delightful” property would make an ideal home 2 - The Border Watch Real Estate Guide, Friday, November 1, 2013 for a family and had a large block that boasted fruit trees, a vegetable garden and room for additional vehicles, a caravan or a boat. “There is so much room to spread out with a formal lounge room with a stunning working gas fireplace as There is so much room to – Sara O’Connor well as a formal dining space and expansive open plan living kitchen area,” Sara said. Importantly, she said the open living area spilled out into a 56m2 paved pergola and gorgeous garden through modern and timeless French doors. “The owners have built the home with attention to detail and with the classical approach in mind, which has given the home a very warm, inviting and comfortable ambience,” Sara said. “The home also oozes contemporary and a neutral palette scheme and premium carpets.” The home also boasts five bedrooms – two of these rooms have internet connection. The fifth bedroom could also be used as an office or storage room. Meanwhile, the backyard has a large colorbond shed – which has power and concrete flooring - and is peppered with beautiful established fruit trees, including cherries, apples and nectarines. An important feature of the property is also the side rear access, which is particularly important for storing additional cars or a caravan. The property also has pop up sprinklers, which is important given the size of the block. “It is a huge delight to release such a lovely home to the market. An inspection is a must to truly appreciate this outstanding home,” Sara said.
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