Carefully curated by Benchmark Projects to exude timeless flare, 5 Hawkesbury Crescent is designed and built to be enjoyed by many generations to come. Benchmark Projects understands the importance of building a home that a family can live, laugh and grow in.
Harnessing an enviable position on Hawkesbury Crescent, this home directly backs reserve and boasts uninterrupted native bushland views. The home's perfectly executed floorplan unfolds over two generous levels with the design capturing the north aspect, an abundance of natural light and the superb views.
The Developer's Favourite Part: It's a quality location and build, providing an inviting oasis for families.
Luxury features include; - Brand new home backing and boasting views of native reserve - Quality design and execution by widely regarded Canberra builder, Benchmark Projects - Expansive living spaces including open plan living/dining and large family area complemented by Oak Timber flooring - Stylish kitchen with walk-in pantry, 20mm Quartz benchtops, double drawer dishwasher, two Smeg ovens and induction cooktop plus Vintec 35 bottle wine fridge - Alfresco captures the north aspect and basks in bushland views - Master suite with ensuite, walk-in robe and private access to balcony - Fourth bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe segregated on ground level - perfect for guests, as a teenager's retreat or home office - Second and third bedrooms have built-in robes - Two-way main bathroom featuring high-end fixtures, with powder room and separate bath and shower - Oversized double lock up garage with internal access (58m2) - Abundance of natural light streams into the home via the multiple skylights, large windows and sliding doors - Premier position, moments to Farrer shops and quality public and private educational institutions
About Benchmark Projects: Benchmark Projects is Canberra-based, family owned residential, development and building company, . Benchmark's consistent approach to building desirable, lifestyle homes is based on 35 years building experience and reflects their commitment to quality, style, value, innovation, service and integrity - the benchmark in construction. Discover more at - benchmarkprojects.net.au
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