The height of sophistication and luxury on the city-fringe
A masterpiece awaits in Parkside.
The three-bedroom Torrens Titled home, set on a 395sqm block at 42 Leicester St, is the height of city-fringe sophistication.
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The lower level entry leads down a hallway to a living area, before flowing down to the heart of the home.
The stylish kitchen is fitted with polished granite benchtops, 900mm Smeg appliances, a walk-in pantry and breakfast bar. The dining area overlooks an outdoor pond and water feature, with a family room set behind, opening to an outdoor curved pergola through bi-fold doors. A paved courtyard flows through to a cottage-style garden, providing a space for the kids or pets to play.
Upstairs, the master suite is the very definition of opulence, featuring a large ensuite with a spa bath, a double vanity and a double shower. French doors open out to a private balcony. The remaining two bedrooms are set down the hallway, one with a built-in robe and both nestled around a bathroom. It features a double shower, a vanity and a toilet.
The property makes a statement as soon as you lay eyes on it, hidden behind electronically controlled gates.
The entrance offers 5.75 metre ceilings, providing that added sense of grandeur.
The property also features ducted reverse-cycle airconditioning, a security system, a 3.5kw solar system, voice/camera intercom, NBN connection and remote controlled blinds.
The property is on the market with Ouwens Casserly Real Estate and has a price guide of $1.1 million to $1.2 million. Offers closing by Thursday, April 18 at noon.