The Centralian advocate Fri 11 Jan 2008
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18 Centralian Advocate, Friday, January 11, 2008 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 11-JA N -2008 PA G E : 18 C O L O R : C M Y K REAL ESTATE Centralian Advocate Advertising Feature At a glance Where: 15 Range Crescent Asking: $650,000 Inspect: 10am to 10.30am Saturday Agent: Dominic Miller Ph: 8952 7833/0418 897 767 38 Cromwell Drive Quality in great area The architecturally-designed home at 38Cromwell Drive is located in arguable the best location in town. It backs on to the ninth fairway and enjoys views of the sunsets over Mt Gillen. The interesting multi-level floor plan features four bedrooms, three bathrooms and high ceilings of classic western red cedar. Cosy winter nights will be enjoyed in the living room, which has a wood heater. There is a separate dining room and a chef will feel at home in the well-appointed timber kitchen. The ensuite to the main bedroom could be expected, but the private balcony surprises. Bedrooms two and three are at the other side of the home and bedroom four is a guest bedroom on a lower level. An indoor spa is at the lowest level. Outdoors there is a large in-ground pool with a new pump. Pergolas, barbecue areas and extensive paving enhances entertaining. Where: 38 Cromwell Drive Asking: $590,000 Inspect: 10.45am to 11.15am Saturday Agent: Dominic Miller Ph: 8952 7833/0418 897 767 Magnificence on high Stunning aspects everywhere A superb residence with lots of space at 15 Range Crescent. The magnificent residence at 15Range Crescent has stunning views of Mt John and Heavitree Gap. The front nine of the golf course creates a magnificent landscaped view below. The entry leads you into a formal living and dining area with marble floors and feature sandstone walls. Casual meals and family rooms are next to the kitchen, which features solid-timber bench tops. The living areas open on to a fabulous deck with spa, a barbecue area and artificial turf covering. This amazing outdoor entertaining area is the size of a normal house. Back inside, a staircase takes you up to the two bedroom wings. On one side is the spacious main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. A panorama awaits you every morning. The childrens bedroom wing has two bedrooms, a study and a twoway bathroom. These areas open on to their own balcony that looks across to the unspoiled hill at the rear. Below the living areas is a family room with its own entrance, making it ideal for teenagers or as an office. There is undercover parking for four cars in two locations.
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