Imagine walking into a home and instantly falling in love. When you enter 24 Ashleigh Avenue that is exactly how you will feel. This beautiful 1970s home has undergone a full revamp and redesign by local Interior Designer Sarah Holloway of The Design Frank.
This home has been pulled into this century with quality and sophisticated style and inclusions. Entering the home, you are met with multiple sun-lit living zones, views open, and a warm feeling family home.
The main level includes a separate parent suite with a luxe ensuite featuring stunning tiles, black and gold hardware, and a roomy walk-in shower. There is a wonderful sitting area located off this room with bay windows which enhances the sun intake perfectly.
Also located on this level is the large open kitchen, with all the modern conveniences such as gorgeous joinery, quality Italian appliances including an integrated dishwasher, and a large breakfast bar that overlooks the cosy living space.
The living area is located at the front of the home and takes in the surrounding views. This room includes both wood heating and reverse cycle air conditioning. This home offers a modern moody palette with original features including timber beams and colonial windows.
The separate laundry has great storage, direct access to the rear yard, and an additional bonus of a separate powder room for guests.
Level one has two fantastic-sized bedrooms both with stunning views towards the East, window seats, and sliding door access out to the timber deck at the rear of the property. These rooms are serviced by the large central bathroom with a separate bath, beautiful wall-hung timber vanity, and a walk-in shower. There is a lovely second lounge/sitting area on this level that has some of the best views in the home.
The rear yard includes a large timber entertaining deck, tiered grass space plus a vegetable garden. There is a single garage with internal access please plenty of off-street parking from the dual access driveway.
- Open flowing floorplan;
- Quality appointments and inclusions;
- Moody colour palette;
- Wool carpets;
- Spacious and stylish kitchen;
- Wood heating + reverse cycle air conditioning;
- Loads of natural sunlight.
Year Built: 1977
House Size: 164m2
Land Size: 572m2
Council Rates: $1,680 pa approx
Water Rates: $1,000 pa approx
Municipality: Launceston City
School Catchments: West Launceston Primary, Launceston College
Zoning: General Residential
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