Grand family livingBack
This is a house for the car enthusiasts, the entertainers and everyone in between. The grand family home boasts approximately 660sqm under-roof, and contains all the features you need for luxury family living.
Hive director Josh Morrissey says it is “extremely rare for the area to find a home that offers a build of 1:1 plot ratio”.
Morrissey also says despite the “cliché”, this home is perfect for “a family looking for the ‘forever home’”.
“Crace is one Gungahlin’s fringe suburbs, making access to the CBD and the rest of the Canberra very convenient,” he says.
“The suburb itself offers great amenities, with parks, ponds, and shopping district, making it ideal for families.”
7 Langtree Crescent boasts solar passive design, 12-13kw solar system, five bedrooms – the master suite with ensuite, walk-in robe and private terrace, separate rumpus or gym room with office, theatre room, and a massive 10-car garage with a workshop, bathroom and wine cellar.
“I’d have to say the 10 car garage is one the most noteworthy features,” Morrissey says.
“Despite the obvious grandeur of the home, there is still a very homely element, with beautiful natural light and great useable outdoor spaces for the kids.”
The home also includes a large kitchen with walk-in pantry, polished concrete flooring, timber accents throughout, reverse cycle heating and cooling – with additional split systems in bedrooms and in-slab heating in the living areas and bathrooms, and a security system.
Outside, the large alfresco area boasts a fully equipped kitchen and a seven-seater hot spring spa.
“A home like this enters the market once every 5 -10 years,” Morrissey says.
“Any serious buyers with the long wish list for the forever home should check it out.”
- 5 bed | 4 bath | 10 car | 1 study
- EER: 4.0
- Auction: Saturday 8 February 11.30am on site
- View: Contact agent
- Agent: Josh Morrissey
- Mob: 0437 799 234
- Crace | Gungahlin
- 7 Langtree Crescent
- Ph: 6182 1802
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