first_imgThe home at 33 Reeve St, Clayfield.THIS Clayfield home was built to be a spacious retreat suited to modern family living.Owner Scott Kitching had the property at 33 Reeve St constructed in 2004.“When I built the home I was divorced with kids so I made the main bedroom like a hotel suite that I could live in Monday to Friday,” he said.“When the children came over on the weekends we could use the whole house.”Mr Kitching said he chose the block for its proximity to schools and amenities. The home at 33 Reeve St, Clayfield.“There are also two entertaining decks — one close to the house for winter and a second for summer.”Set across two levels, the home has an open plan living, dining and kitchen area opening to the deck.The kitchen has stone benchtops, Miele appliances and plenty of storage space.There is also a separate living room, a media room, a study and a second alfresco area, all on the ground floor.Upstairs, the master bedroom includes a walk-through robe, parent’s retreat and ensuite. The home at 33 Reeve St, Clayfield.“I tried to put as much house on the land as possible and I wanted it to be secure as well,” he said.“It had to have European appliances, large rooms and a large office.”Mr Kitching said the home was also designed for entertaining.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“The kitchen is a central point and the house can be opened up through several sets of bi-fold doors so a breeze can go through from north and south,” he said.center_img The home at 33 Reeve St, Clayfield.The remaining three bedrooms have built-in robes and there is a private balcony off the second bedroom.There is also a family bathroom.Mr Kitching said the home was wired to be a smart home and just needed to be connected.The property is close to shops, parks, schools and public transport.last_img