Bayswater North: ‘never-before-seen’ quality comes to market
Tasteful luxury is given a new lease on life in this Bayswater North home expertly crafted to leave a lasting impression.
Visually striking and tailored with a sense of indulgence, 13 Illawarra Cres oozes class from top to toe, with a thoughtful floorplan making efficient use of space.
“This is a never-before-seen opportunity in Bayswater North,” Parkes Property agent Anthony Atharson said of the home, which is listed at a price guide of $670,000-$730,000.
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A simple low-maintenance garden with a stone path leads to the home’s inviting facade, with white rendered walls as a tasteful introduction.
The heart of the home is an elegant open-plan living, dining and kitchen space, where French doors open to a deck.
Sleek design lends star appeal to the glamorous kitchen, with bold black cabinetry, splashbacks and a stone sink tastefully offset by gold highlights on the tap, handles and pendant lighting.
An integrated dishwasher and fridge add to the kitchen’s appeal, while the sophisticated black and gold dynamic extends to each of the home’s three bathrooms.
The north-facing outdoor deck looks over a lawn and feature hedge wall, with a shed, carport and water tank also in the backyard.
Two bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes — one also featuring an ensuite bathroom with a double vanity.
A laundry and shared bathroom complete the ground level.
Treetop views are on display in the two upstairs bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite with an extravagant freestanding black claw-foot tub.
The upper level is topped off with a spacious retreat that is the ideal spot for teenagers or their parents to relax at the end of the day.
Other elements of this deluxe property at the feet of the Dandenong Ranges are gas ducted heating, oak floors, split system airconditioning, storage options and CCTV surveillance.
The four-bedroom home goes to auction on July 6.
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