5 Reeves Crescent, Kingston. Picture: SUPPLIEDSource:Supplied
DESIGNED by LXN Architecture and Consulting, this newly built home blends natural materials and high-end finishes to create a striking offering.
Set in the heart of Kingston’s new-homes area Spring Farm Estate, the house is positioned to take advantage of its northerly aspect.
With multiple living areas and four bedrooms, the home offers a versatile floor plan, expansive space in which to spread out, sweeping views and a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Attractive timber detailing and modern brickwork are juxtaposed against a crisp neutral interior palette.
Superb cooking space.Source:Supplied
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The timber floors are stunning.
The free-flowing living areas maximise space and natural light throughout.
On the upper level, the kitchen is equipped with all the modern conveniences, including sleek appliances, a breakfast bar and ample storage solutions.
There is easy access to the sunny deck, and with double-glazed windows, a heat pump in the living area and energy-efficient lighting, the next owner of this property will never have to worry about the cost of living.
Relaxed living zones.Source:Supplied
Ready for a gree-thumb’s magic touch.Source:Supplied
Alongside the double garage, covered deck and dining and living zones, this level is home to a master bedroom with its own balcony, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with subway tiles and a generous vanity.
All of the bedrooms are equipped with built-in wardrobes.
Downstairs there are multiple bedrooms, a study that could be a fourth bedroom, and a media room or living area depending on needs.
The family bathroom, laundry and additional sundecks complete the floor plan on this levelNo.5 Reeves Crs, Kingston is listed with Raine & Horne at “Offers over $635,000”.
CoreLogic figures to the end of May show Kingston’s median house price is approaching a 30 per cent rise in the past three years. In the past 12 months there were 145 house sales in this suburb at an average of 18 days on the market.
Originally published asQuality design and locale