Bush capital beauty backing onto a reserve in Banks

Sharon Kelley 2 October 2020 7
11 Orange Thorn Crescent in Banks

11 Orange Thorn Crescent, Banks. Photos: Supplied.

There is something special about 11 Orange Thorn Crescent in Banks which makes it a stand out from the rest of the market of four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes. It is a fully renovated and updated home, with a spectacular entertainer’s deck which looks onto a panoramic view of the Rob Roy Ranges Reserve and the Tuggeranong Valley.

An artist’s studio positioned at the end of the block to take advantage of the light and the views complete the perfect and private yard. It has a lawn for kids and pets, and low-maintenance established gardens and hedges for privacy.

The home has an open plan, with a kitchen/diner and a formal lounge, rumpus room and dining room. The kitchen is nicely positioned to connect with the dining room and has stone benchtops, neutral tones and Shaker cabinetry.

Ray White sales agent Alec Brown said the home is in a tightly held area, with fantastic views, and well-planned positioning on the block to take full advantage of the reserve it backs on to.

“This home is in an area which is close to the bush, the shops, Lanyon Town Centre, Charles Conder Primary and Lanyon High School which means it will be a great home for families,” Brown said.

“The home flows very nicely, and there’s plenty of family space, but also plenty of space to retreat to. It has great street appeal, and with so many unique features we highly recommend buyers come through to experience the home for themselves.”

The exterior timber deck is terraced, providing a great connection to the garden, which flows down to meet the reserve, and softens the fenceline. The entertainer’s deck is accessible through the rumpus room and is an easy connection for kids to the outdoors.

The home has three well-proportioned bedrooms all with built-in robes, and a master suite with a walk-in robe and ensuite. The master suite takes full advantage of the views over the ranges, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows positioned to face the reserve. The master suite has a walk-through robe to the ensuite, which has a double vanity unit and shower. The family bathroom is positioned close to the other bedrooms and has a full-length bath and shower.

The home has a range of living areas, including a rumpus room, and a formal lounge and library room. The interior of the artist’s studio at the back of the home has been lined and has the same attractive flooring as the main home. The room could be used as a teenager’s retreat, a guest room or hobby studio.

The home also has a two-car garage with internal access to the home, with electric roller doors. The laundry has ample cupboard and storage space, and external access to the outside of the home. You will be warm in winter and cool in summer with ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling.

A rendered and painted exterior adds to the attractive street presence of the home.

The home will be auctioned on Thursday, 22 October.

You can view this home at 11 Orange Thorn Crescent in Banks, and all the latest hot listings on Zango. For further information, or to book a private inspection, contact Ray White sales agent Alec Brown on 0406 866 007 or Kaine Walters on 0450 146 538.

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7 Responses to Bush capital beauty backing onto a reserve in Banks
teddy bear teddy bear 9:48 am 04 Oct 20

I would be a bit worried about bushfires.

Yia Yia Yia Yia 6:59 pm 03 Oct 20

Gorgeous views

Raeleigh Mooney Raeleigh Mooney 2:55 pm 03 Oct 20

Becky Hope add to your list

    Becky Hope Becky Hope 6:21 pm 03 Oct 20

    Raeleigh yes! Been there before it was public 😍❤️ see how it goes at auction

Jeanette Demetriou Jeanette Demetriou 2:02 pm 03 Oct 20

Sonia Demetriou check this out!

Alec Brown - Ray White Alec Brown - Ray White 8:04 pm 02 Oct 20

A home that truly has to be seen to be believed 😍

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