If you are after the sense of feeling like you’re a million miles away, look no further –  this home has it all. There is no other property that comes close to combining the stunning visual impact and lifestyle this incredible, unique and rare architectural creation presents.

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Upon entering this stunning home, you are overwhelmed by the sense of space and natural light flooding in through the overhead skylight leading you through to the designer kitchen with Caesar Stone benchtops and an outlook towards the tree tops.

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The masterpiece of this home is at the northern wing of the residence, as you walk down the long hallway you are teased with floor to ceiling windows. It’s until you enter the main bedroom you are blown away with the massive full-length windows almost spanning the whole width of two walls. 35.Trafalgar.Crescent_VALENTINE-36

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Working from home would be a breeze in the serene studio nestled in the trees above Sheppard’s Creek. This home amazes with its cool, calm and tranquil setting, which offers a huge range of natural wildlife right on your doorstep.

 

 

Enjoy the accessible, yet private retreat this home has to offer which is perfect for a family born to entertain. With plenty of entertaining spaces throughout with the seamless balance between indoor and outdoor living. The rumpus room is the perfect location for enjoying the natural surroundings with the four-panel sliding French doors opening onto the dual levelled entertaining areas.

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Contact Ben Tindall and Kelli Bell to organise a time to view 35 Trafalgar Crescent.

 

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