Property

Executive style in Lake Macdonald

SPACE, peace, privacy and outlook. You are in good company with this impressive home on 7892sqm.

It's on the way out to Lake Macdonald and handy to town but you could be miles from anywhere. There is a country feel of it ... and you could have a cricket match on the grassland at the front.

On the high side of Racehorse Lane and with gated entry, you have a broad vista of acreage properties and bush backdrop. Being about 100m above sea level there is the benefit of cooling breezes.

The property is level and useable as well as low maintenance, and with a dog-proof fenced perimeter. The single-level home is spacious and offers contemporary flair.

Constructed of bagged brick with Colorbond roofing, it offers some 46squares under roof. Pebblecrete paths wrap right around, an indication of the attention to detail that has been provided.

An inviting north-facing alfresco dining area spills out to the in-ground pool. A double-door entry reveals gorgeous timber floors in the living areas.

The kitchen is the heart of the home and features granite benchtops, with waterfall ends on the island bench.

Fitted with a Blanco ceramic cooktop and 900mm wide wall oven, there is a servery and phone nook, timber cabinetry overhead as well as walk-in pantry.

The dining area is in the front of the house and a rumpus/entertaining room to the east. Ducted air-conditioning and a vacuum system are fitted and there are 4.2kW solar collectors.

Step down to a carpeted media room with surround sound for the cinema experience. A powder room is opposite while an east-west hallway serves the bedrooms.

Three bedrooms are at the western end, one could be office but all have built-in wardrobes.

There is a walk-in linen press and main bathroom with granite tops on the double vanity, a deep bath plus a double shower with rainforest heads. The fourth bedroom leads you to the spacious main bedroom in the east, that enjoys a treed outlook.

It comes with walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with twin wash basins on a granite-topped vanity, an open shower with rain shower as well as adjustable heads, and a separate toilet.

A huge three-bay shed comes with power, lights and extra height in the doors, making it ideal for all the boys' toys or that motor home.

LAKE MACDONALD

51 Racehorse Lane

5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 5 Car Garage

Features: Contemporary flair on 7892sqm, five bedrooms plus media room, in-ground pool, north-facing entertaining area, huge three-bay shed, 4.2kW solar panels

Price: $889,000

Agent: Jeanette Catalano of Hinternoosa.com.au

Contact: 0422 923 851

Domain ID: 2010 184 828

Inspection: Saturday January 19, 12-12.30pm 

 

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Topics:  acreage, houses, lake macdonald, property




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