Nestled in the heart of the majestic Blue Mountains, an easy drive from Sydney, this two bedroom semi-attached house is situated in Parklands, a magnificent property reminiscent of a European Great Estate. The Blue Mountains best kept secret, Parklands grounds contain an enchanting lake surrounded by 28 acres of majestic century-old trees, undulating lawns and exquisitely manicured gardens, all taken care of by two full time gardeners and a horticulturist.
This brand new 126sqm house integrates the best of a bygone era with the utmost in 21st century luxury and is discreetly placed to offer privacy and best observe the breathtaking scenery. The lounge with fireplace opens out to a large terrace, perfect for entertaining, and the kitchen also opens out to a courtyard with facilities for a BBQ. There are balconies off both bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, and a two car carport. Period features include a free-standing bath, French doors, dormer windows, porcelain-like basins, wood-burning fireplace, wall alcove and meticulously crafted architraves.
Luxuries such as underfloor heating of the elegant timber floorboards, inlaid carpet under the master beds and European appliances ensure absolute comfort, while discreetly placed rainwater tanks pay respect to the environment. Great attention to detail ensures superior quality and superb design in every aspect of these homes, with elegant finishes creating a comfortable ambiance. These refined finishes include timber panelling on the walls, rich reconstituted stone and your choice of four stylish colour schemes.
The charming village of Blackheath is within walking distance of the property. This well-resourced township is filled with quaint antique shops, including the Victory Theatre (one of NSWs most notable antique emporiums), gorgeous gift shops, galleries and a surprising number of providores stocking gastronomic delights. With at the fantastic pub food at the historic Gardners Inn, Ashcrofts or Vulcans (Blackheaths hatted restaurants) and numerous great cafes and restaurants, there is something to appeal to everyone.
At the end the road lies Govetts Leap with outlooks that are arguably the finest in the Blue Mountains. This world-heritage natural wonder is as awe-inspiring as it is unspoiled and provides endless possibilities for nature lovers.
Construction of the residence is set to commence in the first quarter of 2009.