THE property at 19 Joubert Drive looks like something out of a home decor magazine – perfectly presented and makes you say “I could live there”.
This Llanarth home has just hit the market and is expected to go very quickly despite being up for auction.
It has a simple facade from the street, but inside the house stuns with a modern layout and impressive design elements.
The first thing that catches your eye as you enter the house is the formal living room beside the entry hallway.
This L-shaped room overlooks the front garden and enjoys a wealth of natural light.
From this room you can access the open-plan living area at the rear of the house.
Century 21 Bathurst principal Troy Kearney gushed over the size of this space, which has a generous kitchen and space for a 14-seat dining table at the centre.
“To have that, it is a one-in-a-million chance; it is great for large families and entertaining,” he said.
There is also a carpeted area at one end of this enormous space for lounge suites.
It is the ideal place to spend winter days in Bathurst thanks to the wood fireplace.
This home features five ample bedrooms, including the impressive master suite.
Flooded with natural light, it is not only spacious, but offers garden views, an ensuite and generous walk-in-robe.
“From a privacy factor, if you’re a shift worker you are tucked away up the back where it is nice and quiet,” Mr Kearney said.
Another fantastic feature of this large home is the provision of three bathrooms, including a family bathroom with spa bath and a smaller bathroom off the laundry.
A newer home of this size usually has little in the way of a rear garden, but that is certainly not the case here.
This property has a generous, landscaped yard for the kids to play in, with a patio coming off the home’s open-plan area for the adults to watch them from.
In addition to all these features, the property also has ducted heating and cooling, a double garage with internal access and an automated irrigation system.
Mr Kearney said this home would be well suited to families looking to upgrade to a bigger home or people looking to move closer to town from big blocks of land.
The home will go to auction on June 17, but could be gone before then.
“I do think it will sell before auction because this is a premier home,” Mr Kearney said.
People will have their first chance to view this home at a cocktail party at 5.30pm on Friday.
It will also be open to inspect every Saturday from 1pm to 1.30pm until the auction date.
For more details, call Mr Kearney on 6331 1444.