“HARD WORK DONE, JUST MOVE RIGHT IN!”
Hard work done. For those looking to obtain a foothold in one of Darwin's newest and most popular new suburbs, then 16 Barratt Street is a must see. At just seven years old, the property presents in one of the more established areas of Muirhead.
With clean, clear and simple lines, the property sits slightly elevated on the near 600 metre square parcel of land. The space is extremely well utilised, with a plunge pool at the rear, leaving ample space for storage of a boat or camper trailer should you choose.
The home consists of 3 bedrooms plus a study (or can be utilised as a 4th bedroom), with a lounge dining area opening outside to an east facing undercover area, perfectly suitable for utilising the early morning light or the cool shade of the afternoon. The kitchen is elegant and stylish with all modern appliances that you'd expect plus a little sparkle with silver mosaics used for the splashback. Modern it is. The colour palette is neutral, with subtle greys and whites being the primary styling colours. Bathrooms are as you'd expect, with a spa bath being a great addition in the second bathroom.
The home makes extensive use of louvred windows throughout, with the added benefit of being completely air conditioned for those hot Darwin nights.
Here's just some of the features:
• Functional and well throughout floorplan
• Bedrooms with built-in robes
• Large study / 4th bedroom
• Fans and air conditioned throughout
• Garaging for 2 vehicles
• Established and reticulated gardens
• Expansive outdoor entertaining area
• Solar power + solar hot water
• Easily maintained property
• Well secured
Agents view: really nice and well-established home in a good street. With Muirhead being more affordable in this altered market, it offers those that were thinking of building the opportunity to buy established and make the subtle changes to make it your own. The home has everything you could want, plus the added benefit of moving straight in and not having to do anything. Room for kids and play equipment, and just has all the hallmarks of a good family home.
With viewing restrictions now eased, contact either Darren or Deboo for a private viewing or check the local newspaper for viewing times.
Elders will be practising all required safety measures during an inspection and where possible will provide gloves and hand sanitiser.