Breathtaking city views | Innovation Tech

THEY don't call it Skyline Crescent for no reason.

Sweeping can be seen from the Carindale home at 16 Skyline Crescent and this vista was one of the drawcards for Diane and Brian Naylor when they bought the property last year.

“The view from the veranda looking out to the city is absolutely spectacular,” Mrs Naylor said.

This veranda is an addition the Naylors made to the home, as they knew they needed to take advantage of the outlook.

The tri-level home was built in 2014 and is on a triangular shaped 600sq m block, every inch of which has been thoughtfully planned out.

Downstairs are three living areas, the kitchen separating the two largest.

The third living space is in its own wing with a bedroom, bathroom and study.

To the opposite end of the home is the lounge ideal for entertaining, as it looks over the pool, adjoins the alfresco dining area and kitchen, and has a wet bar.

Upstairs is the master suite which has a walk-in robe and ensuite, and after going up again are two more bedrooms and a bathroom.

The home has an abundance of smart technology, from fingerprint keyless entry, CCTV and intercom system, to ducted vaccums and a Matrix audio system.

Mrs Naylor said she will miss the community most, with a park right next to the property where all her friends gather.

“On Friday afternoons we all get together at the park,” she said.

“Our dogs and kids will run and we will have some drinks.”

She said a family with teenagers would suit the property, with the separation in areas great for privacy.

“The kids can be on the third level, and there is also parking for four cars, which is good for when they start to drive.”

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