A stunning new build at Camp Hill is a golden opportunity for downsizers and young professional couples to snap up a property close to the CBD.
The double-storey Hamptons-style home at 29 Dorothy Lane is ideal for stress-free inner-city living without the body corporate hassles.
Originally the corner block was 520sq m with an older Queenslander-style home.
Developer Troy Hanifin, from Property Pro Consulting, subdivided and renovated the original home on 260sq m in 2018. With the then 260sq m vacant block fronting Dorothy Lane, architects Invilla designed the character home to include four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a plunge pool and built-in fireplace.
Mr Hanifin created the build for downsizers, young professionals or small families wanting the exclusivity of a house with low maintenance.
Duke Realty selling agent Sam Patterson said the attention to detail on the property, which is being marketed at offers over $999,000, was “amazing”.
“It’s perfect for someone who doesn’t want yard maintenance,” Mr Patterson said.
A thoughtfully considered open-plan lower floor layout extends beyond a stunning kitchen and spacious dining and living zones to a private outdoor entertaining area, plunge pool and landscaped garden.
The selection of materials used to create this contemporary shared living level is of the highest quality, from the 40mm engineered stone island kitchen bench, Smeg cooker with six gas hotplates and a 900mm oven, to the natural European oak floors and statement pendant lighting.
The nearby laundry and powder room have been given the finest of treatments, with matching stone finishes.
Upstairs are another two large bathrooms, including an ensuite in the main bedroom which also features a large walk-in wardrobe.
The sleeping quarters are deliberately positioned on this upper level, as is a large media room with a wide balcony which can readily be used as a fourth bedroom.
Mr Patterson said the facade of the home was a “standout feature”.
“It’s pretty striking from the front, and the street appeal is what is attracting people.”