House of the Week: 7 Black Caviar Parade, Port Macquarie

House of the Week

Property details

4 beds | 2 baths | 2 cars

  • Address: 7 Black Caviar Parade, Port Macquarie
  • Price: $800,000 - $860,000
  • Agency: Elders Real Estate
  • Contact: Greg Bates (0418 112 025) and Brendan Stead (0447 788 509)
  • Inspect: Saturday, July 13, 10.45 am - 11.15 am & Wednesday July 17, 4.30 - 5.00pm

Showcasing luxurious style and quality, the spectacular scale and open plan nature of this home exudes modern living that is inspiring.

Inviting lavish entertaining without compromise on functionality, this split-level designed home allows for the lifestyle of your choice.

Stepping onto the upper level, an impressive open plan living space presents with an awe-inspiring kitchen boasting unique cabinetry, integrated and high-end appliances and an oversized stone island bench. The butler's pantry also has wine racks and all the space needed for a master chef to create.

Highlighting the various living spaces with multiple sky-lights and high ceilings, the main living area warmly offers a welcoming ambience with a three-flamed biofuel fireplace or the enjoyment of ducted air conditioning that also features throughout the home.

With a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining provided by large sliding doors, the idyllic lifestyle that most dream about becomes a reality.

Stepping into the oversized master suite leaves an impression of admiration where stylish plantation shutters frame this exquisite masterpiece complementing the open ensuite.

Outside, the private backyard permits a quiet landscaped retreat while the impressive stone front facade is surrounded by the manicured, low maintenance gardens.

An added bonus of an extra parking space is available adjacent to the garage.

Exceptional in both its design and quality, this home is a testament to high-end excellence showcasing flawless attention to detail.

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This story Exceptional in design first appeared on Port Macquarie News.