Grove 22 – Homebuyers Centre
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas, double garage
Price: From $190,000
1. Simple but effective layout
2. Kids bedrooms separated by bathroom
3. Family living domain at rear
Urban Life says: “An excellent start to home ownership without the need to break the bank.”
Budget buyers can start in style with this compact gem that is big on appeal. Perfect for couples or those downsizing, the 22.2-square dwelling ticks all the boxes for simplicity, such as the front main bedroom suite, separate wing of two kids bedrooms and a bathroom, versatile home theatre or utility room, and the light-filled rear living domain. The central entry provides access to the main bedroom suite to the left, and the double garage on the right. Highlighted by large awning windows at the front and vertical windows on either side of the bedhead, the comfortable main bedroom incorporates a walk-through robe (his and her robes) and an en suite featuring a twin-basin vanity, separate toilet and a Crystal shower.
The hall continues further to the home theatre, which could easily be used as a games room due to its position opposite the two kids bedrooms, each with mirrored robes. The bedrooms are divided by the separate toilet and also by a tidy bathroom with shower, single-basin vanity and bath. Also off the hall is a linen press and broom cupboard, next to the laundry. Last, but not least, is the surprisingly spacious rear living domain. The kitchen will impress, with its Caesarstone-topped island bench illuminated by feature lights, Westinghouse stainless-steel appliances (underbench oven, gas cooktop and canopy rangehood), double-bowl sink, tiled splashback and small walk-in pantry to the side. A sliding door off the dining area accesses the side deck, and another sliding door near the living area allows entry to the backyard. Ducted heating, flyscreens on all sliding windows and doors, vertical or roller blinds and 2.4m ceilings are other standard inclusions.
Suitable for a 12.5m x 24m block, the Grove 22 is excellent value for money.
Words: Ross McGravie