5 Grandview Pde, Epping, has caused quite a stir.
BUYING a brand new house is pretty exciting — especially if you haven’t had to endure the stress of building it yourself.
Like a blank canvas, it presents the opportunity to create memories unencumbered by history.
And when it comes to brand new homes, it’s hard to go past this one in 5 Grandview Pde, Epping.
Plenty of time and thought went into the architectural design of the five-bedroom home.
Betty Ockerlander, of McGrath Epping, said the home was designed specifically for the generous 740sqm block, to maximise privacy and liveability, and minimise impact on the neighbours lifestyles.
The living is easy in this brand new house.
“A lot of effort has gone into this home,” she said. “There is nothing like it.”
And it would seem the buyers agree. An average of 20 groups have been through each of the inspections.
Ms Ockerlander has been fielding inquiries on the property from all over the greater Sydney area, including the north shore, inner west and even the Hills district.
“We are seeing a very broad range of buyers,” she said.
The versatility of the floorplan — which includes a multipurpose room on the ground floor which could be used as a bedroom — is attracting a significant number of multi-generational buyers.
The home combines contemporary style with a comfortable spaciousness and warmth.
Dramatic ceilings and luxury finishes give it an edgy vibe, especially in the entrance void, which has stylish suspended lighting.
The kitchen and dining zone flows to the patio through bi-fold doors.
A soaring, angled ceiling in the open plan living and dining area will be a major bonus in summer, allowing the cool breezes to keep things comfortable. A Caesarstone kitchen with island bench completes the picture.
Bi-fold doors open up to a wraparound terrace, complete with outdoor kitchen and the child-friendly lawn beyond.
The private block has rear lane access and is 750m away from Epping West Public and 1.1km to the train station.