1 Abbey Mews,
Mid-century ModernDesigned by multi-award winning environmental architect Greg Burgess to meet the brief from engineer and former owner, Becker House blends form with function introducing intriguing internal spaces that are brilliantly executed to deliver showpiece living.
Traditional right angles have been skilfully traded for obtuse and acute angles integrating with graceful curved walls and soaring timber lined ceilings, to generate an inspired visual interest.
Three bedrooms, along with a variety of generous formal and casual living and dining spaces enjoy seamless interaction with choice of decked areas. Set above an intriguing Gordon Ford garden which introduces a series of “rooms”, they provide exceptional spaces for relaxed outdoor entertainment, or just shaking off the stresses of a busy work day.
Occupants of the main bedroom enjoy the convenience of a fitted walk-in robe and full ensuite, also with deck access, while the remaining bedrooms are served by a central family bathroom, where a conservatory style window allows you to stare at the stars while having a bath.
The contemporary kitchen, finished with a blend of stainless steel and timber bench tops, glass splashback and a suite of Miele appliances, is integrated into a casual living zone featuring a gently curved wall making its way around to spacious cabinetry for books and audio visual equipment.
Set on a very generous 830m2 allotment (approx) minutes from the centre of Eltham and the train station, closer still to Beard Street shops, bus and convenience store it includes welcome extras of double garage, extra undercover parking and an open fire place complementing split-system units. This is exciting, enticing, inspired living indeed!
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