16 Tennant Street’s cream exterior resembles a multi-tiered cake – it is an appetising, alluring property that has been thoughtfully crafted to be visually pleasing outside and satisfying inside, and served up carefully onto this spacious allotment.
Its origins are fittingly illustrious, the property constructed in 2007 by Ian Wood Homes – the 60-year-old company has received awards from a vast number of institutions over the course of its existence, including the Master Builders Association and the Housing Industry Association. Their work here is similarly award-worthy.
16 Tennant Street boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and four garage spaces, the practical significance of these numbers enriched by the style and substance of each of these spaces. Every bedroom features a walk in robe, as well as either an ensuite or bathroom in close proximity.
The master bedroom in particular is a grand, spacious room with a creamy colour palette that reflects the exterior. If ever the master bedroom’s resident wishes to observe this similarity, they need simply step out onto the private balcony and take in not just their home, but also grand views of the western suburbs.
The bathrooms are similarly luxurious, a large laundry and laundry chute adding utility while the sophisticated white decor creates visual charm. The multiple living areas, study, open-plan designer kitchen, and formal dining area all strike the same balance between being easy to use and easy on the eyes, a running theme within this property.
A recent extension of the property increases its functionality without sacrificing any of this visual allure. The addition of land to the rear allows for easy access and provides room for parking and storage.
But if 16 Tennant Street is a cake, the outdoor living space is the icing. A wide, picturesque pool, as well as an adjacent entertaining pavilion and outdoor kitchen, combine to form a space any owner could rarely bring themselves to leave.
16 Tennant Street is currently on sale for $1.35 million, and is being represented by Garry Emeny and Bruce Farrow of The Smallacombe Prestige Collection.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.