This week’s House of the Week – 79 Joseph St, Waverley

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WITH its beautifully established gardens, spacious living areas and a woodburner, this family haven will not be on the market for long.

A plethora of trees, tidy hedging and lawn line the front of the property, with a fence for privacy.

Entrance to the property is via a concrete driveway which leads to a tandem garage tucked neatly in front of the backyard.

A separate garden and outdoor living area behind the garage segregates itself from the street view by a latched gate.

Behind this gate you will find the perfect space for outdoor dining. There is also an elevated, sheltered terrace linked to the house – perfect for garden furniture or a barbecue.

A small fenced area at the back of the garden has raised beds, a shed for gardening tools and a greenhouse.

Opposite is a handy hideout, a spacious shed fitted with workshop space and a tool hanging wall.

Back around the front of the house, a sheltered entrance-way opens on to the hallway inside the home.

One of the first things you notice is the warmth, thanks to a heat pump which heats the entire house. Off the hallway are three spacious bedrooms with long-length windows which provide plenty of natural light.

The master bedroom is similar to the other two bedrooms and boasts comfort. All three have built-in wardrobes and double-glazed windows.

A tile-look, stylish bathroom is next to the bedrooms, with a shower, bath, toilet and all the necessary amenities.

Just opposite the final bedroom is the main living room, the perfect spot for cosying up around the fire.

Large bi-fold doors open onto the external living area for ample indoor-outdoor flow.

Just off the living room is another living and dining area, ideal for entertaining.

The kitchen overlooks this area with its bar-styled bench which separates it from the main

living areas, without blocking off the natural flow of the rooms.

The extensive bench-top space is fitted with a sink, gas stove-top, extractor fan and dishwasher.

There is no shortage of overhead and floor-level storage in the kitchen, with a fridge tucked away as if it was another cupboard.

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