Exquisite home in Waikiwi an award winner

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THIS architecturally designed home with impeccable attention to detail would be a delightful property for the whole family to enjoy.

The executive four-bedroom home in Barker Pl, Waikiwi, won a silver medal at the Registered Master Builders’ House of the Year Awards in 2016.

Set on a 964sqm section, this exquisite home with its perfectly planned interior is an entertainer’s delight.

The extra-large living area flows perfectly outside to the covered decking – providing ideal space for outdoor living and all-season entertaining.

Entertaining in this home is easy, with an extra-large games/hobby room and a multichannel surround-sound system, controlled by a smartphone or a tablet, with 10 speakers installed throughout the house.

The designer open-plan kitchen with granite and stainless steel bench tops is equipped with modern appliances including a double built-in oven, gas cooktop with three hobs, induction cooktop and a dishwasher. The extra feature is a good-size butler’s pantry.

The bedrooms are spacious doubles with plenty of storage space in large, built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom is complete with a modern en suite with a shower and a toilet and has a walk-in wardrobe.

The spacious family bathroom has a floor-to-ceiling tiled enclosed glass shower, a separate air-bath, a large vanity and a toilet. There is a good-size laundry and a separate toilet as well.

This warm home built in 2015 is heated by a gas fire in the living area and has electronically controlled diesel-fired reticulated water underfloor heating installed throughout the home and in the garage.

The centre bay of the three-bay garage has a raised roof and is equipped with a two-post hoist. There is a large workshop and a utility room.

For more information about this award-winning home and to arrange a time to view, phone Professionals real estate agent Tim Frampton on 272 545 955 or click here.

Address: 9 Barker Pl, Waikiwi

Price: $988,000

Open home: Saturday, June 30, 11.15am – 11.45am and Sunday, July 1, 2pm – 2.30pm

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