A grand surprise

IT’S easy to miss the main bedroom of this Bedford home, and like me, many have says the real estate agent.

It’s not because this Grand Promenade home is small, in fact it’s the perfect size for a family, with four bedrooms and two sitting areas.

It’s because like The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, you go though a study nook to discover an easily overlooked door.

Timber floors

Once you do, you’ll find a generous space with two spacious walk-in-robes and an ensuite with a spa bath, separate shower and a double vanity with white stone bench top.

There are three more bedrooms and a second bathroom upstairs, along with a pleasant sitting area, perfect for kids to play on wet days, or to swat up for exams in their high school years.

Back on the ground floor, it’s family life in lights, or at least light-filled, with a heap of massive windows and glass doors in the spacious family/dining/kitchen.

White and semi-off-white walls contrast with the golden, yellow-flecked floating timber floors.

The well-appointed kitchen has white stone bench tops, a generous island bench, a huge oven and dual fridge recesses.

This kitchen is just the shot for large gatherings and family get togethers because there’s also a scullery with a second sink and walk-in-pantry.

Pull back the doors onto the covered, compact alfresco and bring the party indoors, or take it outdoors.

There’s a patch of grass for the dog to roll on and vertical garden beds filled with flowering plants which create a pretty ambience.

Built in 2016, this pleasant home is in the Inglewood Primary School zone with great access to transport, shops, cafes and restaurants.

And Morley Galleria and the Beaufort Street strip are a short drive away.


61A Grand Promenade, Bedford
from $799,000
Natalie Hoye
0405 812 273
Acton Mt Lawley
9272 2488

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