Highton family home has all the bells and whistles

Highton family home has all the bells and whistles

PANORAMIC views across the Barrabool Hills to the You Yangs make you feel as if you’re on top of the world at a grand family property built on an impressive scale.

The imposing, contemporary house at 9-11 Mosman Way, Highton doesn’t do anything by halves, taking the motto bigger is better to heart.

It delivers an amount of space that exceeds even modern-day expectations with six bedrooms, four bathrooms and a six-car garage set over two levels.

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All this is wrapped up with quality extras such as commercial grade, double glazed windows with internal remote control venetian blinds, surround sound and voice intercom.

A large family could easily live on the upper floor of the house alone as it’s home to two living areas and the bulk of the bedrooms.

Downstairs the self-contained sixth bedroom has its own ensuite and separate toilet and lends itself to a home gym or office.

The vistas over the neighbourhood and nearby rolling hills are the star attraction of the main living area and expansive covered patio that wraps around it.

Huge sliding doors off both the dining and living rooms and a bi-fold servery window from the kitchen pave the way for seamless outdoor entertaining under a timber lined ceiling.

The outdoor space nails all the small details, from the outdoor kitchen with mains gas barbecue, sink and rangehood, to the ceiling fans and shade blinds.

Inside proves an equally attractive space to host friends and family with a built-in bar hidden away behind an electric blind.

The kitchen is the centrepiece with 40mm Caesarestone benches, a 900mm stainless steel oven and five-burner cooktop.

The butler’s pantry has another sink with instant boiling water.

There’s another handy cellar downstairs and a dumbwaiter for bringing groceries up from the garage.

Impressive views are also captured in the main bedroom, which has a super-sized walk-in wardrobe and ensuite with a double shower, dual vanity and floor-to-ceiling tiles.

The four minor bedrooms at the rear have the luxury of two bathrooms plus a powder room to share. Each has a built-in wardrobe.

The second living area is zoned with these bedrooms and has sliding doors onto another patio and a low maintenance garden.

A stylish timber staircase leads down to the large garage which has two doors, a tool room with ample storage.

Other features of the house include commercial grade Daikin refrigerated airconditioning and central heating in three zones.

A 5000-litre water tank and two 3000-litre help the landscaped gardens looking their best.

Buxton agent Matt Plunkett has listed the property with price hopes of $1.09 million to $1.19 million.

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