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The Mercury Real Estate Guide : January 17th 2013
MERCURY Thursday, January 17, 2013 --- 3 CREMORNE, 90 PIPE CLAY ESP ' Tough' choices in paradise Choose from the beach or lagoon to relax outside and enjoy calming water views from every room inside $985,000 Brick rendered house with Colorbond roof. House/land: 285m2/1151m2 PMM Real Estate Refer: Michelle Blom 6244 5588 realestate.com.au ID: 111828039 432 THE hardest choice you will ever have to make while living at this sensational Cremorne property is whether to go swimming at the lagoon on one side or the beach on the other. Sitting on top of the sand dunes at the end of the esplanade, there are water views from every room. Watch the waves roll in or jump on the jet ski at Cremorne Beach --- your backyard --- or throw a line in or launch the boat at Pipe Clay Lagoon --- your front yard. Built for the current owners in 2000, the home has been designed to capitalise on the spectacular water and mountain views. A maritime theme is present throughout the home which has been painted a calming blue to blend with the backdrop. A blend of polished Tasmanian oak and blackwood floors were fashioned by a shipwright to resemble a ship's deck. The central kitchen features a circular walk-in pantry, high-polish granite benchtops and ample storage space. Two living areas upstairs contain double-glazed windows to frame the views and the bay window with a circular seat in the lounge is the perfect spot to kick back and take it all in.Access the undercover timber deck from the living room where you can entertain guests or soak up the sun on the banana lounge. Further on is a fantastic hot tub, gazebo area and veggie patches. Private access to Cremorne Beach is via a rear gate. Back inside, the master bedroom comes complete with a walk-in wardrobe, private deck and opulent en suite with corner shower and separate bath. There are two more bedrooms on this level, both with built-in wardrobes and access to the front balcony overlooking the lagoon. Down the concrete aggregate stairs is a self-contained area which would be ideal for guests or older children. It includes a living area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The massive garage leads onto a workshop area and games room. The house is completely wired for sound both inside and out with Bose speakers. A ducted vacuum system, gas hot water, sandstone fire pot enclave, landscaped garden beds and so much more sets this home apart from many others. Even the most mundane of chores is made more interesting in this home, with a porthole in the laundry allowing for water views while you iron. Vacant blocks of land on either side allow for a heightened sense of privacy. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy a prestige property in a private and unique location. House of the week
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