The French Provincial inspired home is situated on 3 acres in the Hunter Valley.
The home encapsulates grandeur, whilst retaining warmth, character, charm, elegance and the ability to blend seamlessly into the tranquil landscape.
Approaching the home, rural timber fencing lines the entire frontage, whilst decorative automatic double gates adorn the street entrance which opens up to a treelined driveway leading to an attractive roundabout showcasing a centred 3 tiered fountain.
The home is accentuated with all the symmetry and details one would expect from a French Provincial. Starting with the Mansard roof, the bespoke parapet mouldings and external window and door architraves.
Interior details such as 3m coffered ceilings, wainscoting panels, grey ironbark hardwood timber utilised throughout the home including parquetry herringbone featured hallway.
The heart of the 90sqm Great Room presents a French Provincial inspired kitchen.
A visually spectacular floor-to-ceiling masonry stone fireplace with hand crafted mantle hallmarks the “Great Room” living area.
Awe inspiring sliding colonial bar doors bring the nearby hills and mountainsides directly into the living space.
Stepping out into the outdoor area, the external grand columns enhance the architectural design elements of the home whilst providing functional support to the first floor balcony.
The alfresco area perfectly overlooks a sophisticated pool and a low-maintenance formal garden and fire pit.