Style and substance: 37 Robinson Drive, Weir Views, 3338

By Carole Levy

Looking handsome on the street in the newish suburb of Weir Views, this large Henley Homes-built residence is a stylish affair, with a sophisticated layout that encompasses no less than four large living zones – putting it at the top of the tree for space-loving families.

It has the popular palette of soft-greys and white, juxtaposed with the warmth of matte floor planks, and a combination of drifty sheers and blinds dress large windows. Upgraded carpets and floor tiles are grey and everything sings of quality.

The four bedrooms, sleek main bathroom and a powder room cluster around a big living area upstairs. Two of the secondary bedrooms have walk-in robes, the other a built-in. The lavish main bedroom has a fitted dressing room and a huge dual-basin en suite with a bath and dual basins atop black stone.

There’s a carpeted open lounge room along the entry hall, with a theatre room behind double doors farther along. The floorboarded hallway passes the laundry, a powder room and carpeted stairs before culminating in the expansive living hub.

The kitchen is a heart-winner for the family cooks, with oodles of seamless white cupboards, pot drawers and walk-in pantry, accompanied by a stone-topped brekkie bench for four, tinted window splashback and an underbench oven, 900mm gas cooktop and dishwasher.

Glass sliders open to a covered deck with boards extending out into the surrounding lawn. A good-sized shed is in a back corner of the block of about 490 square metres, and the remote-controlled double garage has internal entry.

Other noteworthy features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, double glazing, square-set cornices, downlights, security doors, and a 22-panel battery-ready solar system. The property is close to walking tracks, parklands, transport and schools.

… Carole Levy