New luxuries can be discovered around every corner of this family home


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22 Jeanette Court, Lenah Valley. Picture: SUPPLIED

THE owners of this family-sized Lenah Valley home, which was built in 2013, designed a property that makes the most of its commanding position.

The views? Outstanding. Cast an eye towards the summit of Mount Wellington, across to nearby hillsides and over the top of twinkling lights of the suburb.

The landscaped gardens that surround this house add to its allure.

On the lower level of the home, there is an office area and linen storage. There are also two bedrooms with built-ins, plus a living space or another, larger bedroom.

There is access to a deck from the family room and bedrooms.

Vast island bench.

Cook up a feast.

In the family bathroom there is a walk-in shower plus a 16-jet spa bath and a vanity.

Just outside the back door there is a spa and sauna room — this property is all about comfort and luxury.

Head upstairs to find the main living space, a large open area comprising the lounge with a deck highlighting the mountain views, plus an amazing kitchen with solid stone island benches with waterfall ends. The classy kitchen has a slumped glass splashback, high-end appliances and a walk-in pantry.

Kick back and relax.

Comfortable and inviting.

The dining space has high-gloss tiled flooring and it is heated by an airconditioning system.

In the luxurious master bedroom the valley views are sensational. This room also has a walk-in wardrobe and a designer bathroom with a walk-in shower and a dual basin vanity.

Also on this level is a media room, storage and the garage.

The home was been designed to be energy-efficient, with double-glazed windows, a 5kW solar panel system with 27 panels, and a solar hot water system.

The NBN is connected to the property.

Fantastic views.

Luxuriously appointed.

No.22 Jeanette Court in Lenah Valley is listed with PRDnationwide at “Offers over $950,000”.

CoreLogic figures show there were 91 Lenah Valley house sales in the 12 months to the end of June.

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