Beautifully presented and immaculately kept, this Hamptons-inspired family residence makes a statement of style and sophistication.
2/168 Newington Road at Bywong features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two fireplaces, reverse-cycle air conditioners and great views of the Brindabellas.
As you make your way into the home you will be greeted by the large open-plan living area which spills into a separate sunroom with a sliding barn door entry from the living and main bedroom.
Ray White real estate agent Chris Dixon said the home’s relaxed style sets it apart.
“The Hamptons-style finishes and facade really put it on another level – the attention to detail throughout is exquisite,” he said.
“Everything comes together to give it this timeless style and appeal.”
The master suite is beautiful, with a walk-in robe and stylish ensuite, while the remaining secondary bedrooms are conveniently segregated and serviced by a country farmhouse bathroom with a deep claw foot bath and accent gold tiles and tapware.
This theme is carried through to the large kitchen with a double farmhouse ceramic sink, breakfast bar, island bench, Corian stone benchtops and subway feature tiles.
Deep wrap-around verandahs make the perfect place to sit back and relax while having a cuppa and watching the view or watching over playful kids.
With 20 acres to explore there are spectacular views from your private deck overlooking farmland and the Brindabellas. The stunning bushland is perfect for exploring either by walking through the tree line or on horseback to find that perfect picnic spot.
Chris says the home has fantastic indoor and outdoor spaces.
“The views of the Brindabellas you can get from the house are out of this world; anyone who visits will find it difficult to get past the views,” he said.
“Not to mention, you have some huge windows throughout and great indoor-outdoor synergy.”
The property comes with plenty of extras: a four-bay shed attached to the double garage, a garden shed, a shed with roller door and wood storage, a large chicken coop and a vegetable garden, and to top it off, there are two stables for horse enthusiasts.
All this, and you’re only a short 20-minute drive to Canberra’s Inner North.
This property will be going to auction on Saturday, 29 October, as a part of the Ray White Spring Carnival Event and will be open for inspection this Saturday (22 October) from 9:45 am to 10:30 am.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.