Home of the week: Gracious living in Forrest

From the walk-in temperature-controlled wine cellar to the three separate bedroom wings, this home is high living at its finest.

Taste and style on a grand scale greet you the moment you enter.

A tiled foyer leads into a formal lounge and dining area, following on to an open plan family, meals and dining area.

35 Tasmania Circle, Forrest

The kitchen overlooks the area, with Smeg appliances, a walk-in pantry, and plentiful bench space.

The three bedroom wings offer privacy for family and guests. Upstairs the master wing boasts a walk-through robe, large en suite and its own balcony. Each of the two additional wings boasts two bedrooms with built-in robes, and another bathroom.

With its multiple large living spaces, the home is perfect for large-scale entertaining.

35 Tasmania Circle, Forrest

Gracious living spaces indoors give way to an inviting realm outdoors. Outside a full-scale tennis court, solar heated pool and spa are set against the backdrop of elegantly manicured gardens.

Balconies enjoy unrivalled views over the Parliamentary Circle, Lake Burley Griffiths and the Black Mountain.

Opposite Collins Park, a short walk from Manuka shops, Red Hill Nature Reserve, the home enjoys a prime location in one of Canberra's most prestigious suburbs.

Price guide: $4,995,000

5 bed, 4 bath, 4 car

Agent: Richard Luton, Luton Properties Manuka, 0418 697 844

Surrounding area: In the prestigious inner circle, Forrest is close to all of Canberra's best locations. The parliamentary circle, Manuka, and Kingston border the suburb, the leafy streets of which are lined with some of Canberra's best homes. A range of excellent schools are close by.

Highest recorded sale in Forrest in the past 12 months: $3,400,000, 20 Tennyson Crescent, 14/03/2017

This story Home of the week: Gracious living in Forrest first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.