The chance to buy in the Mews at Kingston Beach doesn’t come along every day
CLEVERLY positioned windows in this impressive home will mean the beach is never far from its owner’s mind.
Architecturally designed and boasting beach and river vistas, this lifestyle property welcomes sunlight into every room.
Its private, low-maintenance and beautifully established gardens combine to set the scene for the property’s sweeping views.
The contemporary design characteristics will ensure that it remains as relevant in the future as it was at inception.
The eastern wing of the main level houses two generous bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and in-built desks.
A wide hallway with a floor-to-ceiling window leads the eye across the River Derwent.
The picture perfect parents’ suite is on the third level. Tasmanian oak flooring features alongside a large walk-in wardrobe, a study and an ensuite.
The elevation allows its occupants privacy, tranquillity and views, which is exactly what this home is all about.
The home’s main bathroom and laundry are smartly positioned to be close to the living and accommodation areas.
At entry level, the home has a large lockable double garage with a workshop, storage and double carport adjacent.
A tiled entrance and a timber and steel stairwell combine to create an impressive entrance that leads to the home’s main level.
From here the vast views can be enjoyed via large windows.
High curved ceilings feature through the generous living, kitchen and dining area as natural light filters through from every direction.
This level of the home will be perfect for busy families and for entertaining, both inside and out.
A sunny, north-facing deck space opens from the kitchen, making it ideal for summer breakfasts.
There is also a protected barbecue area at the rear.
A large living space is complemented by an equally sizeable rumpus room, which could be converted into a fourth bedroom with a minimum of fuss.
No.1 Tanina Mews at Kingston Beach is listed with Nest Property at $1.1 million-plus.
CoreLogic figures show that Kingston Beach recorded 23 house sales and median price growth of 38 per cent in the 12 months to the end of November.
The unit market was also strong, notching 24 per cent growth.