29 Blamey Street, Turvey Park is a stylish statement of quality design and workmanship.
The red brick house, with its bright and airy interior, looks as if it has come out of the pages of Vogue.
Fitzpatricks director and sales consultant, Paul Gooden, said the property’s best features were the location and the quality of the renovations.
“The location at Turvey Park is hot property at the moment,” Mr Gooden said. “Other than Central Wagga, it’s the most sought-after location relevant to buyers.
“The owner has a joinery business, and his renovations are exquisite. I like the quality of the renovations.”
Mr Gooden said he had received positive responses from the market from the first open house.
He said the property would suit anyone requiring minimal upkeep with the easy-care backyard, and it was perfect for retired couples and empty nesters also.
“It’s great for those looking to downsize and who want a location close to all the amenities like the Turvey Park Hotel and Turvey Tops shopping centre, and it’s also close to Wagga City,” Mr Gooden said.
The home features three spacious bedrooms with quality floor coverings.
“All the bedrooms have great cabinetry,” Mr Gooden said. “You don’t normally see that. It’s got a subdued but a classy style.
“They have renovated it with new high-quality carpets and colonial shutters on the windows.
“The bedrooms have good light, and the main bedroom has an ensuite and a walk-in robe.”
He said the walk-in wardrobe had plenty of shelf space, and the main bathroom reflected the ensuite with its excellent quality and shiny surfaces.
The property has a large open-floor plan connecting the living room and dining area with access to the outdoor living.
The kitchen belongs in a showroom or a display home with its island bench and outstanding cabinetry. It connects to an extensive laundry with more great cabinetry and plenty of drawers and shelves. The laundry also houses the refrigerator.
“The kitchen and the laundry are packed with features, and the quality of the marble is used extensively,” Mr Gooden said.
The large covered alfresco area has elevated views over Wagga.
“The entertaining area has a built-in outdoor kitchen (barbecue and drinks fridge) with a really good view over Wagga towards the north,” Mr Gooden said.
“It has a small but functional yard, ideal for little pets, grandchildren or children.
“The house is very secure, and the point of access through is the garage on one side and a security gate on the other.”
The property also has excellent heating and cooling and top-of-the-line security doors.
29 Blamey Street Turvey Park has an inspection scheduled for Saturday, 16 December, from 10 to 10:30 am.