There’s room for two families at this rare Bundoora house, which is on the market for the first time since it was custom-built for owners.
An ideal home for a multi-generational family, the five-bedroom residence with three bathrooms at 32 Maculata Grove is set to go under the hammer on December 1 with a $950,000-$1.03 million asking price.
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Living areas are spacious and inviting.
Ray White Bundoora’s Nick Ristevski said the house was custom-built about 15 years ago.
“It is perfect for a family seeking extra space for teenagers, in-laws or visitors,” he said.
The large family home makes a striking statement on an elevated 648sq m block in the coveted Botanica Park estate.
Views of the CBD are on offer from a big curved balcony, which is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day.
The big balcony with city views.
There are multiple living areas, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a study or sixth bedroom, and ample carparking space.
A self-contained area with a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and exterior access is a bonus.
The interior is awash with light and showcases high ceilings, plush carpet and drapes, and a cosy gas log fireplace.
Relax in the formal lounge and dining room or in the open-plan living, dining and kitchen zone with a bar.
The sleek designer kitchen.
Thick stone benchtops, quality appliances and plenty of storage space equip the kitchen.
Four bedrooms, including the main with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, and a bathroom with a spa share the upper level with a large retreat.
Those who enjoy entertaining will appreciate the sheltered outdoor area with a built-in barbecue set in lush landscaped gardens.
Schools, shops, parks and transport are nearby.
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