Come and fall in love with this beautiful property nestled at the end of a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac in Yass.
From the minute you approach the grand driveway at 13 Wilson Place, you will be amazed by its combination of spectacular countryside views and modern design on the expansive 1714 sqm block.
Timothy Road real estate agent Tim McInnes said this is a one-off, unique opportunity for anyone interested in a single-level family home.
“This property has got a really grand entrance driveway and beautifully landscaped yard, and it’s located in a beautiful setting,” Tim said.
“I would describe it as a Hamptons-style inspired home.
“The majority of the home enjoys a sun-drenched northerly aspect, and when you enter you’ll see the really amazing fireplace and lounge room, which just adds to the super cosy and comfortable aspect of the home.”
Tim said this property was more than just a four-bedroom (and , two-bathroom home.
“The minute you enter, you’ve got that beautiful elevation and outlook to the countryside which are perfect for watching the beautiful sunsets in the evening,” he said.
“This home is just flooded with natural light throughout the house.
“It’s also got an open-plan kitchen and living room area with raked ceilings, which are a really pleasing and unique feature of the home.”
The living room area also has a fireplace and ducted heating and cooling systems throughout the house.
“You’ve got a living area that basically flows straight off the foyer, and then you’ve got another lounge room that’s a cool space to read or watch a movie by the fireplace,” Tim said.
“There are also glass sliding doors to both living areas that go out onto the deck.”
“The kitchen has got a combination of stone and stainless steel benchtops, which makes it look modern,” Tim said.
“It’s also got a big Smeg six burner smoke cooker with a 90-centimetre oven, a Bosch dishwasher, soft-close drawers and a fully integrated fridge.
“One of the cool things about the kitchen is that you can see the fireplace and the backyard from the kitchen, so while you’re cooking, you can enjoy those sunset views.”
The Yass home features four bedrooms and a study nook, which are all generously sized.
“They’re all well-proportioned rooms,” the real estate agent said.
“Two even look onto the pool while the master bedroom is segregated from the other bedrooms.”
Tim said there is also ducted heating and cooling in all the rooms.
Tim said the pool and outdoor area are unique features of the home.
“You’re surrounded by enchanting gardens filled with mop tops, roses, silver birches, pear trees, daffodils, fruit trees and agapanthus,” he said.
“There’s also a sandpit and a little cubby house, making it perfect for families with little kids.
“The home also has two large water tanks, a double garage and a rear shed.”
The home is conveniently located within walking distance of Mount Carmel School, Yass Public School, Clementine’s bakery, Thyme to Taste, Roses Cafe and Yazz Wine Bar.
“The area is also amazing and the neighbours are super friendly. Your kids can play with their kids and it’s a really safe environment,” Tim said.
“It’s got that ‘old world’ feel to it. It’s definitely a great place to nurture friendships.”
And then there’s the location.
“It’s at the end of the cul de sac so kids can ride their bikes and play basketball – the possibilities are endless.
“Then up the hill, there’s a big fire pit which overlooks the Yass Valley, which is a great place to have a fire, toast marshmallows and stargaze at night. The views are just amazing.
“There’s just a lot of really cool elements to the home. It feels like you’re in your own sort of retreat.”
If you’re someone who likes privacy in a tranquil setting, 13 Wilson Place really delivers.
“So you’ve got two options with how you want to live. If you’re introverted, then it’s good, and if you want to entertain, it’s also very accommodating,” Tim said.
Inspections are scheduled for Saturday, 23 July, between 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm, and Sunday, 24 July, from 11 am to 11:45 am.
The auction is on Saturday, 13 August, at 11 am.
Original Article published by Evelyn Karatzas on Riotact.