THERE are many impressive highlight features in this Eastern Shore home, but the gourmet kitchen might just be the most impressive of the bunch.
It has luxury appliances such as the Olive gas cooktop, electric oven and barbecue, plus a heavy-duty ducted exhaust hood, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Samsung double-door fridge with an in-built ice maker and cold water feature. There are also granite benchtops and a stunning curved island bench that creates a central focus for informal meals.
It would be equally fantastic when the homeowner is entertaining friends or family.
This contemporary architectural home sees luxury harmonise with light and privacy.
With spacious open-plan living, the upper level seamlessly connects to the spectacular sunbathed deck.
Here, the owner will be spoilt by the breathtaking water and leafy views.
The home has slab heating in the kitchen and bathrooms, alongside ceiling temperature-controlled aircon and wall panel heating options.
There is dimmer controlled lighting, laminated tinted glazing, and high insulation values to the roof and walls.
Other impressive features include the indulgent spa bath and the ensuite with its rain shower head.
Each bedroom is roomy and has built-in wardrobes.
A large study or home office has the potential to be transformed into a fourth bedroom, if desired.
Outside there are lovely landscaped gardens and grassed areas. The local boat ramp is nearby, with an opportunity to buy a mooring.
The property has a double garage and carport.
Geilston Bay’s 57c Derwent Avenue is listed with Fall Real Estate at “Offers over $890,000”.
CoreLogic figures show a 14.3 per cent rise in Geilston Bay’s median house price in the 12 months to the end of November. Over that period there were 59 houses sold. In that time, houses in this suburb sold after an average of just seven days on the market.