Just like the astronomical phenomena Transit Of Venus, opportunities this good only arise once in a lifetime! Properties in this area rarely come up for sale and this one sits in one of the most desirable streets in the mid-mountains. With children's park and tennis court practically opposite, this impressive 2694m2 property enjoys fantastic northerly views towards Mount Tomah with the world heritage Blue Mountains National Park as your backyard. Why not stretch your legs as just around the corner is the historic "Transit Of Venus" Walking Track, taking in beautiful Mabel, Edith and Hazel Waterfalls. The master-built home itself is only 12 years old and features 4 large bedrooms plus a loft area (with awesome views) suitable as a 5th bedroom as well. The layout includes a whole wing suitable for extended family accommodation incorporating a 2nd kitchen, living area and bathroom fitted out with "assisted living" facilities. From the formal living area to the open plan kitchen, dining area and connecting deck, the breathtaking natural views dominate giving this home a special feeling of privacy and bright airiness. Extra inclusions consist of electric roller shutters and awnings, ducted gas heating, 1.5 KW solar power, oversized double garage with electric entry, water tanks for gardening, beautiful native gardens, air con, slow combustion fire for winter, alarm and loads of storage spaces. With Blue Gum polished flooring, a large full-width rear deck to take in the views, all nestled privately away in a quiet street, this really is a lifestyle property superbly suited for family growth through the generations. Call now to arrange your private inspection.
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