Unless you’re building it yourself, it’s not too often you get to buy a home that truly has all the bells and whistles.
Nestled in the Tuggeranong suburb of Banks on a large block is 23 Wittunga Crescent.
“From the moment you arrive at the property you will see the love and care the current owners have taken to maintain the property to a high-quality standard.”
Right from the large double front doors, there’s a bit of ‘wow’ around every corner. Turn right off the entrance and there’s the fully integrated home office with French doors and built-in desks, which is the ultimate place to work or study from home. To the left is a generously-sized formal lounge room, flooded with natural light, which currently acts as the billiards room.
Then it’s through to the kitchen, which is the feature that initially won over the current owners. Surrounding a generous island bench, the kitchen features stone marble bench tops, pendant lighting, electric cooktop and double oven, a farmhouse sink, ample storage and a double drawer dishwasher. But that’s just the half of it. Hidden behind is a butler’s pantry, which is easily the size of your average kitchen, and incorporates plenty more cupboard and bench space, and a double sink. It’s complemented by an open plan dining and meals area, a family room, plus a large laundry with a Caesar Stone bench.
Upstairs are the living quarters, with four bedrooms. The envious master retreat has an oversized walk-in-robe, an ensuite with double sink and a large rain shower, plus its own private balcony. Bedrooms two and three share a Jack-and-Jill ensuite, separate to another main bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, plus an additional living area.
While the inside is impressive, the outdoor areas are just as spectacular.
On the ground floor, entertaining is easy thanks to the alfresco dining area with a built-in outdoor kitchen and Caesar Stone Bench tops, which flows out from the main living areas. Upstairs, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the generously-sized balcony.
“[You can] soak up the sunsets as you relax and enjoy a drink after a long day at work. This is the thing the current owners will miss most about the home,” says Colin.
As for the rest of the bells and whistles, the home also features hydraulic gas in-floor heating, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout, double glazed windows, a solar panel system, landscaped gardens, a 5000 litre tank connected to grey water for toilets, three-phased power, and a double garage with internal access.
The home will be auctioned onsite at 10 am on Saturday, 9 October, 2021.
By Zango Team