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Mid-Century Excellence in Beaumont

8 The Common, Beaumont, South Australia 5066

EOI Closing 18th May 5 Beds 6 Baths 2074 SQM
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This beautiful mid-century marvel in one of South Australia’s most coveted addresses – The Common – demonstrates a lively and comfortable level of contemporary luxury living.

This gem is nestled on the elevated side of The Common and is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to secure an architectural landmark designed by famous SA architect, John Chappel.

Exhibiting an exceptional mix of elegance and architectural honesty with superb family accommodations, incredible entertaining areas and a and three-car garaging, this exceptional property is one for the astute buyer.

The home’s brick facade is humble and understated in its beauty and deceptively hides an exceptionally renovated home within, that is equal parts in concord with and in opposition with its exterior.

This creates a sense of diaphanous harmony that adds to the juxtaposition of old and new.

With the sense of size, light and bright atmosphere, and gorgeous aspects enjoyed out of all the curved windows you can feel the sense of love and care that has been put into this home.

“For this one, the attention to detail was probably one of the most important things,” WILLIAMS Real Estate senior sales partner Rhys Gebethner said.

“They left the exterior to pay homage to the original architect who designed the home,” he added.

Inside, the property has a great layout with a variety of living rooms, as well as formal and casual family living and dining areas.

The JAG kitchen is fit for a budding chef, complete with a wide range of Miele appliances and enjoys a convergence of both formal and casual entertaining spaces from the kitchen.

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The excellent billiard lounge, dubbed the ‘Den’, is a haven for entertaining family and friends, complete with a full-size billiard table and kitchen.

If you need some extra drinks, then descend the breathtaking spiral staircase to the wine cellar/tasting room that is fit for any wine lover.

Also included in this abode is superb versatile family housing with five king-sized bedroom suites, each with its own luxe ensuite bathroom with TOTO washlet and underfloor heated floors.

A deluxe master bedroom fit for a 6-star hotel is the perfect retreat for parents, complete with built-in robes, a dressing room, and an ensuite with underfloor heating and an automatic washlet.

When you want some time to soak up the sun, head out onto the pool deck, which has a great view of the lawn tennis court, or retire to the entertainer’s pavilion, which has a designer kitchen and a Teppanyaki grill to keep the busy entertainer happy.

Rounding off the home is C-Bus automation throughout the house and pavilion, 22 ceiling-mounted indoor speakers and four external speakers, 70 Solar panels and 12.5kwh battery, 150,000L underground freshwater tank and the Gas fireplaces in the family room and billiard/den.

“It is a tightly held area, there is not a lot of properties on the street full stop as they are all larger allotments, and they very seldom come up for sale,” Gebethner said. “It is very rare something like this comes up, – the land offering in itself is invaluable.”