From a private basketball court to a four-car garage/workshop, a dedicated home theatre and a swimming pool, this Marino family home takes luxury living to a new level.
The 1996-built property at 1A Caralue Rd, comes with just about all the “I wish” features you could think of, including an extensive indoor and outdoor living space, which is elevated to take in stunning treetop and ocean views.
Selling agent Simon Noakes of Harris Real Estate says the overall impression when walking through the front door is one of space and grandeur.
“You walk into the living space it it’s just got stretching views of the coast to the Hills — but it’s very private as well,” Mr Noakes says.
“Then you look down and you have a basketball court- it’s got a Hollywood-like appeal to it — it doesn’t feel like it’s in Adelaide.”
Mr Noakes says the coastal views extend all the way to Henley Beach and credits the vendors with the home’s modern and neat presentation today.
“The vendors renovated it,” he says. “They’ve done a phenomenal job.”
According to CoreLogic, the home previously sold in 2015 for $840,000 and Mr Noakes says recent improvements included reworking the swimming pool and its surrounds, and adding solar power.
The vendors also modernised the interior with works including adding new bathrooms and a the state-of-the art-kitchen with pops of modern colour, stone benchtops, two under-bench electric ovens and a spectacular walk-in pantry.
Mr Noaks says the property’s size is another of its stand out features — it sits on a 1011sqm block.
“It takes a long time to walk around he property,” he says.
Some of the home’s other standouts features include ducted vacuuming and new floors.
The main bedroom includes a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a decadent dark-toned round spa bath.
The ground floor can be used as a separate, self-sufficient space, and offers a kitchen and bathroom as well as versatile living and bedroom spaces, leading out to a deck.
The garage has a 3m clearance and roller doors, and could easily accommodate caravans and boats as well as cars.
Interest in the six-bedroom property, which hit the market in late February, has so far been strong, driven largely by families living locally or looking to relocate from interstate, Mr Noakes says.
It is being advertised without a price guide.