Step into a newly built haven of contemporary luxury. Twenty-six O’Connor Street Uranquinty is a modern marvel of luxury and meticulous design.
This extraordinary residence was envisioned by a couple with a passion for design and a family of skilled tradespeople with a keen eye for detail.
“I’ve been a real estate agent in Wagga for 10 years now and it’s hands down the most spectacular new build I’ve seen in my time here,” said PRD Wagga sales consultant Michelle Wilcox.
“It is well designed, well thought out and everything is gorgeous and unique.
“The couple that built the home designed it themselves and built it as their ideal home. They predominantly built it amongst themselves … they have plenty of tradespeople as family and friends.”
The expansive entry hallway to the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home makes a bold statement with its modern chandelier and gleaming polished concrete floors with underfloor heating.
To the front right of the home is the master suite.
“The master suite is a huge bedroom with his and her walk-in wardrobes and a high-end ensuite,” Michelle said.
One of the three other queen-sized bedrooms boasts an ensuite, while the remaining two feature built-in study nooks/dressing tables.
No expense has been spared in this home and it boasts an array of features.
“The property has a mudroom. You can come through the garage into the mudroom and put your shoes, coats and bags down out of the way.” Michelle said. “The double garage also comes with an abundance of storage.
“The laundry and mudroom go through to a fully serviced butler’s pantry which opens up to the kitchen and dining.
“The kitchen, dining and one of the living spaces come with cathedral ceilings and skylights.
“The kitchen also has the biggest stone island bench I have ever seen. And the splashback window looks out over the inground pool. You can be working away in the kitchen and keeping an eye on the kids if they’re in the pool.”
A second living area at the rear of the home provides versatile space, whether it be a kids’ rumpus room, media room, or formal living space.
The floor-to-ceiling glass doors open up to an undercover entertainment area with a flued open fire, a built-in kitchen and a pool.
“It’s like an extra room. It’s completely protected from the elements.”
Michelle said Uranquinty’s larger blocks were “fantastic”.
“It’s a quarter acre … when you’re buying blocks in town, you’re looking at 700 to 800 square metres,” she said.
“There’s rear lane access to both the spacious yard and a three-bay powered shed.
“There is also access to the back with plenty of lawn space. You get your shed, pool and plenty of lawn space which you don’t see often with new builds anymore.”
The property comes with a double garage, and you can park up to five vehicles. The front has space for a caravan or ute and the back has a bay shed with laneway access for cars, boats, trailers and caravans.
Michelle said the property would suit a buyer who appreciated high-end builds.
“It doesn’t necessarily have to be someone who loves entertaining and showing off their home,” she said.
“Although it is the kind of home that you’d want people to come around and look at. The design and layout are perfect for families and entertaining.”