Chronicle Home of the Week: Dive into a heavenly view

Behind a well manicured front with a circular driveway, this residence has been lovingly maintained, making it one of the more desirable residences in the area.

SUBLIME: This Isabella Plains house features a luxurious parent’s retreat with a walk-in robe, ensuite, and a sitting area that opens to an upstairs balcony with views out to the Brindabella mountains.

SUBLIME: This Isabella Plains house features a luxurious parent’s retreat with a walk-in robe, ensuite, and a sitting area that opens to an upstairs balcony with views out to the Brindabella mountains.

Nestled on elevated land in Isabella Plains, and indeed one of the larger parcels of land on the street, the home sits on a block of 1018 square metres.

Family members and guests alike can be entertained in any of the formal or informal areas sprawled over three levels.

Designed around a centralised gourmet kitchen on the main entry level, a formal combined living and dining space laid with solid brush box timber flooring is set to the front, while another more casual family zone sits to the back.

It opens out to an undercover alfresco courtyard, with integrated natural gas barbeque and outdoor heating, overlooking the sublime inground solar heated pool and landscaped gardens beyond.

OUTDOORS: The pool.

OUTDOORS: The pool.

The more private zones are found further up. An upper level hosts four of the five bedrooms, the main one of which is a luxurious parent’s retreat with a walk-in robe, ensuite, and sitting area that opens to an upstairs balcony with views out to the Brindabella mountains.

All with built-in robes, the other bedrooms are serviced by an updated main bathroom, and two of them lead to the sunroom which can be used as an additional lounging space.

The fifth bedroom lies just behind the spacious double garage on the lower level, accompanied by a large rumpus area and laundry. This space opens out to a workout zone with gym equipment (weights machines) included, spa and sauna.

Additional space for cars is ensured by a carport running the length of the home while a large cellar, perfect for wine, can be used for additional storage.

Freshly painted throughout, other features include plantation shutters, ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling throughout, reverse cycle heating to sunroom, valet ducted vacuum, automated irrigation system, security additions such as CCTV, a study

Found within the southern Canberra adventure zone, Tuggeranong Lake is a short stroll away or you can take a quick car ride to Kambah Adventure Playground or Corrin Forrest.

The property at 40 Rushbrook Circuit in Isabella Plains will be auctioned on Saturday, November 4 at 4.30pm on site. Price guide: $900,000+

For more information contact Bree Currall or Jenna Dunley form Peter Blackshaw Real Estate in Manuka on 0410 633 247 or 0478 012 822.

For more of Canberra’s best property see your All Homes guide in Saturday’s Canberra Times.