Freshly-baked pastries have been made in this kitchen for three years but with the owners leaving, the menu is about to change.
PARISA Sekhavati’s name means generous in Iran and for three years she has welcomed family and friends into her Wakerley homewith the promise of freshly baked pastries.
But this trained pastry chef needs a bigger kitchen and her family is growing too, so 31 Sylvateere Crescent is on the market.
The kitchen and lounge area of 31 Sylvateere Crescent.
“This was our first house we bought in Australia,’’ Ms Sekhavati said.
“People here move around a lot, it doesn’t mean that you don’t like that house.
“The things that you expect from your house, they change over time.
“Things don’t stay the same.”
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While Ms Sekhavati, her husband Shahram Sasa, and their two teenage children are moving, they have found a house in the same suburb.
“I love this area, it is the best area for families,” she said.
“It’s green and calm and peaceful. A lot of my friends live close to the CBD but we are just 20 minutes to the city, it’s easy.”
The outside view of 31 Sylvateere Crescent, Wakerley.
For a family, 31 Sylvateere Crescent offers three full bathrooms, six bedrooms, including one that doubles as a retreat and a kitchen with a walk-in pantry.
The master bedroom has a walk in wardrobe and spa bath.
Outside is an alfresco entertaining area, a large inground pool, and landscaped gardens.
Clean lines with minimal foliage accentuate the pool.
“We did a bit of change, not too much,’’ she said.
“There were some glass shelving for decorations, we just painted all the fences around the house, and put wallpaper behind the TV.”
A backyard makeover has seen the inclusion of plants from a local Persian nursery.
“It was only lawn and we planted the shrubs and lots of flowers, and fruits, passionfruit, and limu shirin which is like a sweet lemon.”