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‘Neat as a pin’ home offers luxury in Kotara


When Geoff and his wife built their home on Vista Parade, it was designed to be their forever home. 

They spent time ensuring every feature would accommodate easy entertaining, low maintenance, quality fixtures and allow every vantage point to appreciate the surrounding vista. 

The home is surrounded by parklands, nestled in its own private driveway. 

In 2015 it was ahead of its time as far as privacy and comfort goes. 

And, it’s remained “as neat as a pin” since the day it was completed. 

Quiet, cul-de-sac living, surrounded by nature, close to shops and schools, this "Neat as a pin" elegant home is tucked away in Kotara.
6/33 Vista Parade, Kotara

But, life has changed and keen to downsize, Geoff is saying farewell to the well-located, well-built home to create fresh memories elsewhere. 

“It’s time to move on, to downsize, but I think new owners will love living here,” he says. 

“It’s a great layout, on a flat block and very private. 

“David Podmore did the subdivision and broke it up into quality size lots.” 

The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home sits on a private road in an enclave of ten luxury homes, taking full advantage of its expansive dual-level layout. 

6/33 Vista Parade, Kotara

The Torrens Title residence has been meticulously crafted, from extensive use of man-made stone to ultra-stylish inclusions and high-calibre fittings and fixtures used throughout. 

“It’s very elegant,” says Geoff.  

“And, its location is ideal. 

“It would certainly suit a young family who were interested in the primary schools and of course the high schools nearby, and the university is not far away either. 

“There’s walking trails all around here and it’s walking distance to the shopping centre.” 

The home’s innovative floorplan offers open plan living, with a first-floor lounge, and one of its five bedrooms located downstairs with an ensuite. 

6/33 Vista Parade, Kotara

A screened outdoor area overlooks a bush setting and a magnesium plunge pool and gas-heated spa offer a luxurious feel to the home.  

“It’s pristine, we did a lot of entertaining in the kitchen area and I made sure we had plenty of storage space,” Geoff says. 

“It’s great all year round, the screening means you don’t get any mosquito issues, and the fireplace makes it cozy in the cooler months.” 

Price guide: $2,250,000 to $2,500,000 

Agency: Lisa Macklin Property 

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