A SPECTACULAR property in an established part of Robin Hill has just made its way onto the market.
Tucked away in a secluded cul-de-sac is 8 Huaba Close, a stunning five bedroom property that has had just one owner in its 28-year lifetime.
The home sits on a 2.5 acre parcel of land, which is almost entirely flat.
From the street, this large family home is completely obscured from view by established gardens full of large trees and shrubs.
It is one of those properties where there is really nothing left to do.
The current owners renovated the property extensively in recent years, the list of improvements including a new kitchen and family room, two new bathrooms, new carpet and fresh paint.
These renovations all add to what Ray White Emms Mooney sales specialist Mark Sullivan calls “a really clever design”.
The living areas in the home have a highly sought after northern aspect, while the majority of the bedrooms line the front of the house.
Being a family home, it needs a lot of living space, and 8 Huaba Close does not disappoint.
There is a formal living room and a family room, both of which open onto a covered entertaining area.
The new kitchen is also a fantastic feature, with top of the range Miele appliances, disguised dishwasher and plenty of storage.
Another “clever” design aspect is two bedroom suites at opposite ends of the home.
One has a walk-in-robe and ensuite, while the other has a built-in-robe, ensuite and is big enough for a small living area.
Both of these suites have access to the entertaining area.
All the other bedrooms are of a generous size and include built-in-robes.
The main bathroom is in a central location and, although it hasn’t been renovated, presents beautifully.
It features a three-way design, with shower and separate bath, a separate toilet, large vanity area and linen storage.
Outside, this home becomes more impressive.
The entertaining area extends across the back of the home and overlooks the lush gardens.
In addition to all of these great features, this property also offers automatic skylights, a motion-detector security system, gallery rails in the hallway, a study nook, double garage with workshop and a two-bay shed with power.
It also has zoned reverse-cycle ducted gas and electric cooling throughout the whole house, a reverse-cycle air conditioner in the family room and an instantaneous fire place in the formal living room.
Mr Sullivan said this home could suit a variety of buyers.
“It would ideally suit a couple moving from an acreage or farm that doesn’t want to be surrounded by neighbours,” he said.
There has also been interest from families and retirees.
The property will go to auction on April 6, if not sold prior.
Open home inspections will be held on Friday between 5.30pm and 6pm and Saturday from 1pm to 1.30pm.
Contact Mr Sullivan on 6331 0744 for more details.