Built by the current owners for comfort and entertaining, this Casey home is packed full of amazing features you won’t want to miss out on.
16 Hyslop Crescent, Casey, features an open-plan design over two floors, ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling, low-maintenance gardens and much more.
Stone Real Estate agent Kris Hellier said the home has a lot going for it.
“So much of what you find here is amazing; I find it really difficult to pick any one thing as my favourite feature,” he said.
“There’s a fantastic master retreat upstairs, the living room is split between inside and outside, which is great for warm days, and there’s a heated pool!”
The owners made particular mention of the pool and alfresco areas of the home.
“Being in the pool area makes you feel like you’re somewhere else. With the heating, we can get the most out of it, using it almost all year round,” they said.
“The many memories of birthdays, Christmas, Easter, Australia Days and the neighbours gathering to enjoy a nice day while the kids play in the pool are things we’re excited to take with us, and we hope a new family can create memories as meaningful as ours in this house!”
The kitchen is the heart of this home, built to be much bigger than the original plan intended and placed in the open-plan living area. With access to the outdoor deck, it features stone benchtops, a five-burner gas cooktop, an electric oven and a dishwasher.
With its open-plan design, there is plenty of room around the home, and having the deck act as an extension of the space makes for easy entertaining.
Alongside the deck and alfresco areas is a heated pool meaning there is never a bad time to go for a swim.
Kris said the home was made for entertaining, from the layout, which encourages people to come together in the open plan areas and alfresco options.
The current owners say the views from the deck and upstairs main bedroom retreat are amazing.
“Living in a city means that you don’t often get the nicest outlook from your home, but the views from the deck and upstairs main bedroom retreat are amazing,” they said.
“Sitting up in our retreat space, just us and completely undisturbed while taking in the views is a truly special experience, especially after a long day.”
All around the house, you will find low-maintenance, beautifully established gardens with irrigation to all garden beds. The garden design isn’t an accident: the current owners wanted to be able to enjoy the outdoors and not work their fingers to the bone to keep it in order.
“As a home we built for ourselves, there are going to be so many things we miss. The gardens are something that we’re also super proud of. Every corner of the block has something to enjoy,” the owners said.
The home is also in a great location, having various walks and parks, and shops close by, as well as only being a short trip to both Belconnen and the city.
This property is open for inspection on Saturday, 12 November, between 12:45 pm and 1:15 pm. It goes to auction on Saturday, 3 December, at 11:15 am.