Basketball, tennis, a swim and lavish entertaining are on offer at a resort-style Plenty home so good the agent wanted to buy it.
Barry Plant’s David Moxon is describing 5 Browns Lane as “the end game” for buyers.
And for good reason.
“Everyone goes from one home to the next and they might live in two or three — but this is the end game, you don’t have to look any further after this,” Mr Moxon said.
“This is the complete lifestyle.”
Step inside, and the four-bedroom home immediately impresses with a welcoming atmosphere set around an open-plan living zone, dining area and kitchen.
Double doors flank the entry, with a home office to one side and a home theatre to the other.
The main bedroom, with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe is zoned on one side of the living spaces. The remaining three, each with an ensuite, join a retreat on the other side.
The current owner, who runs an electrical company, has also ensured the home is heavily automated and showcases a range of unusual lighting features.
Mr Moxon said one of the most remarkable features was the fact that all of the living areas opened to the outdoor entertainment area so parents could keep an eye on their kids across the backyard.
The 4100sq m block includes a backyard replete with a tennis court marked out to double as a basketball court — with the hoops staying on for the next owner.
A pool, deck and outdoor entertainment space round out the back yard.
Mr Moxon added that the “palatial” home was so good he’d seriously considered buying rather than listing it.
“I did an open there last week and rang my wife and said are you sure we don’t want to buy it,” he said.
The home is listed with a $2.875m-$3.15m asking price.
It last changed hands as a block of land for $500,000 in 2009.
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