Character home set to change hands

Character home set to change hands

This inviting double-storey residence has hit the market for the first time since it was built almost 20 years ago.

Just moments from the historic Camelot Castle in Kirkham, in the Macarthur region, the five-bedroom house at 17 Camelot Close oozes character.

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The vendors had it built by Elm Homes in April of 1999 and they have called it home ever since, according to McGrath Camden’s Anna Younan.

Inspired by the Federation style and in keeping with the local area’s country charm, the property has custom leadlight windows and decorative cornices.

Ms Younan, who has listed it with a $1.75 million price tag, said it is also on 5000 sqm of landscaped grounds with come with mulberry trees and a vegetable patch, as well as a garden kids would love to explore.

The house has a sprawling layout which includes a formal loungeroom and a formal dining room plus an open-plan family room and meals area that branch off the kitchen.

The kitchen has a double Smeg oven with an antique look and custom cabinetry made from recycled oregon timber.

A rear-facing rumpus room opens to a covered entertainment area out the back. A saltwater pool with a water feature is great for making a splash in on a warm afternoon.

All of the upstairs bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes with the main also featuring an ensuite and bay windows.

Extras include two studies, a bar, a secure triple garage and a ducted airconditioning system split up into nine different zones.

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The current median house price in Kirkham is $1.7 million, according to CoreLogic data. The tightly-held area saw just 12 home sales in the year to November.

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