AN older home that has undergone an incredible transformation is sure to appeal to a range of buyers now that it has hit the market.
Sitting in a relatively quiet part of West Bathurst is this three-bedroom home at 276 Keppel Street.
From the front, it looks like a lot of homes from its era, but inside it has been catapulted into the 21st Century with extensive renovations.
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There are multiple points of entry into this home, the most common being through the open plan living area at the centre of the home.
The large space has been updated to include a brand-new kitchen and distinct living and dining areas.
Throughout the room you’ll find polished concrete floors, the tone of which tie in well with the deep blue cabinetry of the kitchen.
Adjoining the room is a more formal sitting area.
Another new addition to the home is a study nook, which offers a built-in desk, storage and shelving.
A new family bathroom has been constructed in a central location.
It stuns with a monochrome colour scheme and includes a bathtub, shower, toilet, stone vanity and heated towel racks.
The home’s three bedrooms are spread throughout the home, with one at the front, one towards the centre and the master suite at the back.
The master includes built-ins along one wall and a new ensuite, styled similarly to the family bathroom.
Both of the smaller bedrooms have new built-in-robes.
A fourth room at the front of the house, which opens onto the patio, can be used as another living space or perhaps a study.
One of the things to appreciate about this home is the way it honours the era it was built in, despite the extensive renovations.
The team at Adam Hart Constructions has added small touches that, although brand new, look like they could have been original, such as the new doors throughout, the height of the skirting boards and the look of the exterior.
“They’ve been very sympathetic to the time of the house,” Professionals Real Estate principal Ben Stevens said.
Other features of this property to note are the new internal laundry with storage, fresh carpet and paint throughout, a single-car garage, outdoor entertaining space at the rear of the property and a spacious front garden with landscaping works already complete.
Ducted gas heating has also been added to the home, and the property is fully fenced from front to back.
Mr Stevens said this property could suit retirees, people looking to downsize, families or those who want to live closer to the central business district.
“It is very central given its proximity to town, and you are also between Bathurst High, Assumption School and West Bathurst [Public School],” Mr Stevens said.
“It’s a clever mix of modern and classic styling.”
This property will next be open for inspection for prospective buyers on Saturday from 11am to 11.30am.
To find out more information about the property, contact Mr Stevens at Professionals on 6332 2900.
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