An architectural feat, possessing extraordinary views and a grand design, 1/535 Affleck Steet offers one of Albury’s most paramount lifestyles, overlooking the entire city and positioned within easy distance to Nail Can Hill Reserve, Monument Hill, the Murray River and Albury’s CBD.
Offering a tremendous sense of both privacy and security, the home is positioned on the high side of Affleck Street and offers magnificent northeast views over Albury and beyond.
Inside you are welcomed into an open plan living room with high ceilings and magnificent windows. A well-lit kitchen appointed with Miele appliances adjoins the open plan lounge and dining areas, flowing to the spacious balcony area offering stunning views, superb for entertaining on a grand scale.
Spread out over two levels, the main level of the home includes the living, dining, kitchen with adjoining laundry. Along the hallway a powder room and stylish modern bathroom services bedrooms two and three which both include large built-in wardrobes. Outside includes a private landscaped courtyard, perfectly shaded by Manchurian pear trees whilst offering a tranquil escape for bedrooms two and three.
Upstairs comprises a study nook and the generous main bedroom with built in wardrobes and modern ensuite and opens onto a private balcony.
All year-round comfort is ensured with ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling plus electric floor heating in the living area and kitchen.
The home maintains a high standard of luxury and comfort with a long list of quality inclusions and conveniences, featuring a double garage with additional storage, a stairlift fitted into the staircase from the garage to the living area, plenty of off-street parking and state of the art appliances.
• Built by Rob Tuksar
• Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
• Powder room downstairs
• Spacious upper and lower balconies
• Secure landscaped backyard
• Double garage
• Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling
• Electric floor heating and ceiling fans
• Close to Nail Can Hill Reserve, Monument Hill, the Murray River and Dean Street