Spectacular houses are an intrinsic a part of a James Bond film. Whereas 28 Duncan Street in Beaumont might not have starred in a 007 film but, it has what it takes to make a powerful impression.
Perched on a hillside, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom dwelling encompasses a distinctive geometric design and two avenue fronts.
The primary entrance on Duncan Street is from a stable tiled concrete bridge, and as you make your approach down the driveway, your eye is immediately drawn to the fashionable façade.
The four-story home, designed by architect John Hinge, is at the moment the house of Jeff Farhnam and his household.
By the best way, Farhnam, a sea captain and avid builder, accomplished the development of this ultra-modern home in 2018.
Dropped at the market by Value Companions Director of Actual Property Peter Value, the house has a six-car storage with its personal document participant that may delight motoring fanatics or Mr. Bond himself.
“The storage is sort of a spectacle. The house additionally encompasses a business elevator on the entry stage that connects all 4 ranges rapidly and seamlessly.
“The structure is exclusive and there’s not a sq. nook wherever in the home,” Value mentioned.
“It’s a very stable concrete development with well-finished interiors.”
Positioned simply meters from a well-liked climbing path, the home is in a quiet space and makes the a lot of the stunning pure environment.
The massive open kitchen, front room, eating room and household space have glass home windows that body the gorgeous views of the panorama.
The massive entertaining balcony with built-in barbecue provides ample area for internet hosting subtle evenings. The property additionally has its personal indoor pool.
The master suite has a beneficiant en-suite toilet and a full dimension walk-in closet.
The home is available on the market with an asking value of $3.5 million to $3.85 million.
Value: $3.5m to $3.85m
Agent: Value Companions Actual Property, Peter Value 0417 820 934
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