Car lover’s paradise listed in semirural Kenthurst
Finding a parking spot isn’t hard at this picturesque Kenthurst acreage.
The contemporary homestead, in Sydney’s northwest, set on parklike grounds comes with an attached four car automatic garage with tiled flooring.
While it may seem spacious, just a few metres away is an even rarer feature sure to have car enthusiasts gushing about this property.
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What looks like a steel barn has been converted into a proper mechanics workshop measuring 16m x 12m with two hoists, storage, a wash area and a separate gym located on its ground floor.
Another shed on the property, provides even more storage taking the number of cars that can be accommodated to 17.
“The shed is close to the home which is a good thing because it means that if you are working on a car, you don’t have to go to the back of the property — it is all within easy access so you don’t feel like you are a million miles away from family,” said agent Kerry Wilson from LJ Hooker Dural.
“The acreage is located in one of the top streets in Kenthurst and its is absolutely immaculate.”
Scheduled to be auctioned on June 8, the property located at 16 Emperor Place, is the ideal package for someone who enjoys tinkering under the bonnet or a tradesperson looking to combine their work and home life.
Its industrial side is discreetly hidden out of sight behind roller doors and doesn’t impact the prettiness of this 2ha semirural estate.
Beautifully landscaped with mature trees, tiered gardens and manicured lawns the land gently rolls down towards a bushland backdrop. Around 1.21ha of the estate is fully arable.
Inside the single level home is a light-filled modern interior with high ceilings and detailed cornices. Open planned in its design, it offers a vast combined dining, living, family and kitchen area.
The latter features a butler’s pantry, granite counter tops, stainless steel Miele appliances, a filtered and instant hot water tap plus an island bench with gas cooking.
You don’t need to step outside to enjoy the views out over the magnificent gardens. Huge floor to ceilings windows in the lounge room — each with three panels — beautifully frames this peaceful vista.
“The property faces north and really basks in sun all day long,” Ms Wilson said.
The four kingsize bedrooms are located in their own wing of the home. The master retreat has a full-size bathroom with spa and a walk-in wardrobe. There is also a separate office.
The property, which has its own security system, is just a 12 minute drive to the Rouse Hill Town Centre and less than 20 minutes to Castle Towers.
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