16 September, 2010

House Snoop...'Hill House'

I love this home's Hampton's style - from the colouring , to the enveloping front verandah, to the home's monogram 'HH' on the double front doors, combined with it's beachside location and it's overall presence - where else would you look! It is indeed a very stylish, elegantly classic home. I'm not sure how long this home has been on the market as I remember seeing it in my 'house snoop' travels nearly a year ago...so I am surprised it hasn't been snatched up yet! Take a look...

Agent's Blurb - "Hill House" - A Classic Hamptons Style Home
Only a short stroll to the vibrant seaside village of Avalon, prominently positioned Hill House sits on one of Avalon's prime pieces of real estate. 
With an impressive 80 metre frontage this landmark home is nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac. Covered verandahs, generous timber framed windows, and New Zealand milled weatherboard cladding, define the exterior of the house. Built by master craftsmen, this exceptional home features soaring cathedral ceilings and open rafters and beams. In the living room, bi-fold joinery doors open to create an indoor-outdoor area ... perfect for summer entertaining!

The spacious 'open floor plan' includes a bespoke kitchen with marble bench-tops and high end european appliances. The Master bedroom is breathtaking! Open rafter ceilings, a luxurious en-suite, walk in closets, and dramatic treetop and district views.


 Other features include:
* Red ironbark floorboards and decking
* Mother of Pearl & Sons hardware
* Select imported American lighting
* Extensive storage
* Timber balusters
* Circular driveway 
View: By Appointment 
  • Close to Transport
  • Ensuite
  • Balcony
  • Courtyard
  • Storage
  • Built-In-Robes
  • Decking
  • Dishwasher
  • Gas
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Lounge
  • North aspect
  • Outdoor Living
  • Polished Hardwood Floors
  • Remote Control Garaging
  • Walk-In-Robes

 Property ID: 2008197719


Images via Domain.com.au

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