The Border Watch : December 13th 2013
6 King Grove, Mount Gambier garden and expansive timeless home, then look no further than 6 King Grove. Located in the Montebello residential area on the fringe of the city, this four bedroom home - nestled on an expansive 2300 metre square – oozes style, functionality and quality craftsmanship. The solid family home – which has a striking slate front facade – is a dream home for potential buyer who wants a large picturesque block with sense of seclusion and tranquility. Flanked by gorgeous roses and mature leafy trees, the home boasts a smorgasbord of standout features. From its classic Jarrah kitchen, three living areas, 9-foot ceilings, decorate cornices and stunning outdoor area, this home ticks all the boxes for the fussiest of A hidden oasis I F you are searching for a hidden oasis in Mount Gambier with a sprawling established “It is just beautiful, with a ...perfect for those seeking simple, stylish and secluded living... – Peter Dempsey property buyers. Ray White Keatley Mount Gambier marketing agent Peter Dempsey said the home was built by a reputable developer and offered a fantastic lifestyle with room to move. “This is a beautifully positioned family home, which is perfect for those seeking simple, stylish and secluded living – it is certainly a private oasis,” Mr Dempsey said. “This character home oozes quality inside and out.” He said the home was positioned on an elevated block and had sweeping views of the garden and expansive manicured 2 - The Border Watch Real Estate Guide, Friday, December 13, 2013 grounds. “It would be the envy of the most eager of green thumbs,” said Mr Dempsey, adding the block had gorgeous outdoor garden rooms and a beautiful weaving paved pathway. “The family room – which has a gas log fire and an ornate fireplace – spills out to a covered patio area overlooking a stunning garden that is peppered with tulips, fuchsias, roses, ash maple London and silver birch trees.” He said the property also had an impressive orchard and vegetable garden, which was uniquely fenced off from the garden. myriad of established fruit trees such as apples, plums, nectarines and kiwifruit,” Mr Dempsey said. Importantly, he said the property also had a bore with a six phase water system. Meanwhile, he said the home boasted a beautiful classic timber kitchen, which had gorgeous views out to the garden. He said the home also boasted a plethora of storage cupboards, including and a walk-in wardrobe in the expansive master bedroom. Moreover, Mr Dempsey said the home had electronic gates for security, a double garage under the main room and a deep luxurious spa bath in the main bathroom. “Only an inspection will allow a potential buyer to truly appreciate how breathtaking this property is – it is a very special find,” he said.
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