This private property is sure to tick all the boxes for buyers wanting their own hideaway in the heart of suburbia.
At the foot of the Blue Mountains in Leonay’s idyllic The Sanctuary Drive, the home is a true reflection of its location.
The 1005 sqm property at No. 67 is surrounded by tropical gardens, has an in-ground pool and also comes with a number of retreat areas which make it easy to entertain.
It is set to attract house hunters sticking to a budget of $1 million, with a guide of $929,000 to $969,000.
David Reeves of Jim Aitken and Partners Emu Plains, who has sold local properties for decades, said the resort-style residence was a standout.
“It is one of those few places where you can come home and feel like you are in another world,” Mr Reeves said.
Set right back from the leafy street, the house spans two spacious storeys. A wide front porch along the side of the home leads to the entrance.
Stepping inside, there is a formal loungeroom to the right and a grand rumpus room to the left. This room has modern wall recesses and a built-in bar.
The well-designed lower level of the home also comes with storage areas and an internal laundry.
Upstairs houses all of the bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining space.
According to the listing agent, the vendors have spruced up many parts of the home, including the stylish kitchen.
The bright space features a central island bench, a marble-look tiled splashback, pendant lighting and a skylight.
The lounge area comes with a fireplace, great for keeping cosy with the family on a wintry night. From here, floor-to-ceiling doors lead out to a balcony with views of the tree tops.
The bedrooms have built-in wardrobes while the main also comes with an ensuite.
Next to the pool is a sun deck and nearby is a paved area with a built-in barbecue.
The site also has a double garage. It is near Leonay Public School, the suburb’s popular golf course and Nepean River.