4 Ilinga Avenue Balhannah
A tasteful retro takeover with parking for the tribe & tradie...
If ever a 1977-built conventional home could awaken with a new-found sass at the hands of talented and creative owners, it's this one.
While not a hint is divulged from its clean-cut exterior on some 830sqm, inside reveals a tasteful takeover to every room and big-ticket item, spruced in semi-industrial, semi-retro sophistication ideal for the young family.
And whether you want tandem car space for the tribe or a tradie's workshop, change your life with both - twin driveways lead with a wider option to the left - a roller door secure dual driveway ending with some 5.5m x 7m of garage joy for the handyman...
In striking contrast, the light-gifted home opens to blonde bamboo floors and a living room opener with a combustion fire raising its warmth onto a concrete stage - a stage adding ingenious firewood storage.
To the rear, the kitchen and it's electric oven, Miele dishwasher, acrylic benchtops, and extensive push close joinery connects to the zone via a servery, its subtle hues giving the nearby meals zone's royal blue banquette true hero status.
And a stride outside through sliding panes paves the way to some 14 metres of undercover entertaining eyeing a neat, green panorama of country back garden - a garden appointed "zones" of raised vegie beds, a sand pit, a level paddock of lawn, even bike track perimeters for the kids - unless it's all swooped on for a one-day rear extension (STCC).
Nonetheless, its country lifestyle has clearly dictated the laundry's clever evolution into a mudroom.
At the opposite end of the home, all 3 carpeted bedrooms are enhanced by original retro built-in storage which works with, not against, the home's minimalist yet whimsical style...
Style magnified in the bathroom defined by monochromatic tiling and even geometry muted by a timber vanity - a slick, family-sized remake with a separate WC.
What lies beyond these born-again borders? A lifestyle of flat whites at the Kelsey Cottage Cafe, a tipple at one of many cellar doors, and a daily scoot to Balhannah Junction for staples.
Behold - retro is back, bold, and it's beautiful!
1977-built fully renovated home
Double brick exteriors
Twin driveways (gated & auto roller door secure)
5.5m x 7m powered rear garage/workshop
8 solar panels
Solar HWS with electric backup
Secure roller shutters to front windows
Slow combustion fire
44000L plumbed rainwater (with mains switch-over)
10000L to garden
A "dry" storage shed & garden shed
Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526
Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067
Jake Adcock 0432 988 464
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: 830.00 m2
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