Living in one of Narre Warren North’s best pockets need not cost the sky.
While prestige homes in the suburb are listed for $2 million and even upwards of $3 million, a five-bedroom house on the market offers plenty of value for less.
The 4005sq m property at 29-30 Hilton Court has a price guide of $1.4-$1.45 million, well below some of its higher-priced neighbours.
The street record of $1.26 million is held by 21-22 Hilton Court, which sold in 2009.
The median house price in the suburb was $1.15 million in the year to March, according to realestate.com.au data.
It is also classified as a suburb with high demand, with 1307 visits per property, compared to the state average of 963 visits.
“The home is one of the area’s best listings and a prime example of Federation-style design with a great floorplan and extensive landscaping,” Barry Plant Berwick director Paul Dabb said.
“It is a beautiful acreage and has several living zones, a large outdoor entertaining area and a swimming pool.”
No expense was spared in the construction of the home less than 20 years. It enjoys serene outlooks and has easy access to schools and the freeway.
“The owners even had a large shed built for boat storage and there is plenty of room to park cars as well,” Mr Dabb said.
The multiple living zones are enhanced by generous bedrooms and will meet all the needs of a growing family.
The kitchen is a standout and beautifully appointed with granite benchtops, Smeg appliances and a walk-in pantry.
There is also a cosy fireplace, home theatre, mod cons, solar panels, water tanks and security alarm.
Outside, the large covered entertainment area looks over a 11m solar-heated saltwater pool, surrounded by well-kept gardens.