A "healthy house" with a wealth of modern attributes has been listed, for a date under the hammer.
The fashionable property at 22A Ney Street in Mascot, Sydney, is always at the perfect temperature – 22 degrees – and has clean air filtration throughout.
The four-bedroom family home promises to be cheaper to run, too – by 90 per cent, on HVAC expenses (which stands for "heating ventilation and air conditioning"), the listing details.
The property is on the books of McGrath Coogee agents Shannon Cummings and Chris Volpatti, who are sending it to auction on October 7 at 2.15pm.
Dubbed a "high performance healthy house", several scheduled open for inspections will provide prospective buyers the chance to step inside and take a deep breath.
Agents promise the air inside the crisp, modern house, via ducted filters, "is cleaner than outside".
A glass encased pool is set on a verdant lawn, off a shaded deck that spills from the living zone.
Statement pendant lighting and marble accents in the kitchen are a luxe touch and the buyer will find a deep soaking tub in the shower recess in the shared bathroom.
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The main bedroom has an en suite and a large walk-in robe, plus a private balcony.
The bedrooms are concentrated on the upper of two levels, with a front sitting room on the ground floor providing extra space for an expanding brood or extra guests.
The market in Mascot, 7km south of the CBD, has been treated to bullish medium-term growth.
The median house price in Mascot is $1,772,500, a rise of 29.4 per cent over five years, Domain's June 2023 House Price Report shows.
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