Residential Glen Oaks Drive 3 36
Residential Glen Oaks Drive 3 36

Glen Oaks Drive (3)

This architecturally designed home by Darren O’Neil, O’Neil Architecture Ltd, commands position and presence with its schist stone and cedar weatherboard plaster exterior.

Through the full height entrance door a spacious foyer area greets you with light colours and dark stained timber floors. To the left of the foyer is the living room/media room complete with drop down projector, surround sound, and a gas fire with black granite hearth. On your right is a separate powder room and floating solid oak stairs leading to the master bedroom.

Straight ahead you are drawn to the expansive European kitchen and separate scullery designed by Armstrong Interiors complete with granite bench top, quality appliances (including two wine fridges), and LED lighting to complete the look. The large island bench is an easy place to relax and take in the outdoor area and sprawling lawn through the dining and living room sliders.

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Architect: O’Neil Architecture Ltd

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Stepping outdoors you are greeted by tiled patios, a schist stone gas fire and a fully automated louvre roof system finishes the outdoor living area with landscape-designed gardens.

The bedroom wing consists of three spacious north facing bedrooms with the guest suite featuring a fully tiled ensuite complete with American Oak cabinetry and quality fittings. The main bathroom is also a showcase of expansive tiling, his-and-hers basins and a walk-in-shower area. Opposite the main bathroom is a hidden office concealed by full-height internal sliders. The office consists of a floating desktop which is 4.8 metres long complete with double workstations and cabinetry.

Upstairs is solely the master bedroom and is 55 square metres of luxury – featuring tiled ensuite dark oak cabinetry, dressing room, and quality fittings throughout. It also has wall-to-wall sliding windows with expansive views over the Southern Alps, drop down TV from the ceiling and ducted air conditioning.