34 Gaylard Crescent REDWOOD PARK
This property features four bedrooms, three of which have wonderful views to the hills. The master suite has walk-in robe/dressing room and ensuite bathroom. The large family bathroom is complete with a corner, two person spa bath, separate shower and is finished with floor to ceiling tiles. A separate powder room compliments this house.
The huge family room with 5 metre high ceilings has a luxurious feel and is the centre piece to this beautiful home, with saturated natural light filtering through the high roofline windows. This room has a built in bar with provision for a bar fridge and features expensive African slate floors which carry through from an impressive entry hall.
The sturdy timber kitchen has stainless steel appliances including gas oven, cook-top, built in microwave oven, big breakfast bar/servery and plenty of cupboard space.
The sunken formal lounge and lofty dining room, give an extra dimension by being on different levels, but only a few stairs up or down differentiate the rooms with amazing views across to the Adelaide hills.
Outside is your own private oasis with an in ground fully tiled concrete swimming pool adding at least $50k to this property. High private fences surround the back garden with incredibly lush grass. The pitched roof pergola is an outdoor entertainers dream perfect for warm evenings while the kids are playing in the pool.
The bottom level of this home has a large double garage protected by remote, electric roller doors with ample room for 2 cars and a motor bike. There is also a separate storage area, wine cellar and workshop.
This home has so much to offer including an alarm, ducted evaporative air conditioning, separate ducted gas system and a reverse cycle spilt system.
A quick 4 minute walk to the bus stop will have you on the O bahn and in the city in 20 minutes. Tea Tree Plaza shopping centre is a convenient 5 minute drive away.
Built by the same builder that built at least 4 other properties on this popular street including the one I owned at number 46. All I can say is I miss the street, I miss the people and I miss living in a solid brick masterpiece like this.