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6 Henslowe Place, Melba ACT 2615

House
3221.0
Block size: 807 m² approx.House size: 150 m² approx.UV: $564,000 (2023)

THE STORY.... | SOLD PRIOR TO AUCTION FOR $850,000 !!!

Situated in the serene suburbs of Melba, this sanctuary tells a tale of the love and growth of a family. Purchased in December 2007, this home was beyond just a structure of bricks and beams but a canvas where a family's life unfolded in vibrant strokes.

Originally built in 1975, this split-level three-bedroom house became a haven for the homeowners, who sought a balance between work and family life. Their quest for a home close to their workplaces, renowned schools and nearby shopping centres led them to this charming dwelling, only a stone's throw from Belconnen, offering a quiet yet connected suburb that was perfect for raising their family.

The home experienced extensive renovations between 2012 to 2014, transforming it into an ideal abode that echoed the family's personality and style. At the heart of the home, they knocked down walls to create an open-plan concept, seamlessly blending the lounge and kitchen, with sliding door access to a spacious sunlit courtyard. Here, countless moments were shared, from daily family interactions to grand celebrations with loved ones.

The revamped kitchen boasts a large island breakfast bar, topped with stunning redgum hardwood – a well-loved space for homemade meal preparation, complimented by the backdrop of family tales. Off the kitchen, an integrated, built-in study nook witnessed many afternoons of homework and creative projects.

Each of the three bedrooms, adorned with new plush carpet and built-in wardrobes, provided a cozy retreat for every family member. In particular, the sizeable, segregated master bedroom, with its generous walk-in wardrobe and private ensuite, was a luxurious escape from the household's bustling energy.

Outside, the courtyard, the homeowners' pride, was meticulously renovated to create an oasis of comfort. Sydney Sandstone-rendered walls, re-paved flooring, a built-in BBQ and water feature, and the addition of a large fireplace seating area, transformed it into an enchanting outdoor living space, enjoyed by the whole family year-round.

The memories embedded into every wall fill this home with a unique charm. It was here that the homeowners watched their children evolve from infants to tweens, each room bearing witness to milestones and laughter. Birthdays, Christmases, and everyday moments were all celebrated with gusto, leaving an indelible mark on this home's character.

As the homeowners embark on their next chapter, to be closer to the coast and their extended family, they leave behind a legacy of love in a space that has nurtured their family for over a decade. 6 Henslowe Place is not just a house, it's a treasure trove of memories and a promising start for another family's story – a home that is ready to welcome its next chapter.


More Details:
- Split-level, three-bedroom, two-bath house
- Master bedroom ft. walk-in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors & private ensuite
- Additional two bedrooms offer new plush carpet & built in wardrobes
- Open plan, living kitchen & dining area with a built-in study nook with shelving
- Renovated kitchen ft. double stainless-steel sink, island breakfast bar with redgum hardwood benchtop, & AEG appliances including built-in 600mm pyrolytic electric oven, AEG dishwasher, microwave & 900mm gas cooktop
- Built-in study nook ft. desk & shelving
- Tallow-wood hardwood flooring
- Brivs ducted gas heating & evaporative cooling
- Large electric hot water system (replaced in 2021)
- Freshly painted interior
- Main '3 way' bathroom ft. built-in bathtub & separate shower
- Separate toilet with separate/hallway feature vanity
- Laundry ft. ample cabinetry & external access
- Front courtyard ft. outdoor fireplace, built-in BBQ, water feature/pond, garden beds & established gardens completed with Sydney Sandstone render
- Secure backyard ft. children's cubby house, vegetable garden beds & established gardens
- Double carport in front of oversized, single car garage
- Additional on-site parking in front of residence & along driveway
- Within walking distance of local parks, playgrounds & renowned schools such as Mount Rogers Community and Primary Schools
- Short commute to local amenities including Melba shops, sporting ovals & Mount Rogers Reserve
- Year Built: 1975
- EER: 1 star
- Approx. Block Size: 807 sqm
- Approx. Living Size: 150.26 sqm
- Approx. Carport/Shed: 56.41 sqm
- Approx. Council Rates: 2955.97 per annum
- Approx. Land Tax: $1238.74 per quarter (If rented)
- Approx. Rental Return: $680 - $710 per week
Features
  • Air Conditioning
  • Allocated Car Spaces
  • Carpeted
  • Central Heating
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Dishwasher
  • Garden Shed
  • Window Treatments
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Fast

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Key details

Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Parking:
2
Property type:
House
Block Size:
807 *
House Size:
150 *
EER:
1
Unimproved Value:
$564,000 (2023)

Other Details

Block:
8
Section:
46
Rates (Residential):
$2,959*
Rates (Commercial):
$21,052*
Rates (Rural):
$968*
Land Tax (Residential):
$4,928*
Legal description:
BELC/MELB/46/8
nbn® availability:
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN)
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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Block information
Block 8 Section 46 Melba
Block size: 807 (approx)
Unimproved value: $564,000 (2023)
Legal description: BELC/MELB/46/8
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What's nearby

Mt Rogers Primary SchoolPrimary School
0.3km
Melba Copland High SchoolHigh School
0.8km
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
5.8km
Kippax FairMajor Shopping Centre
3.4km
University Of CanberraUniversity
4.5km
Melba Copland CollegeCollege
0.8km
Charnwood Post OfficePost Office
1.7km
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe
13.4km

Property history

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Property History
11 Apr 2024
Sold at auction
Jonny Warren Properties
$850,000
Contract: 11/04/2024
Listed: 25/03/2024
Days on market: 17
Block size: 807m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
10 Apr 2008
Sold
Badenoch Real Estate Rentals
$356,500
Contract: 21/12/2007
Transfer: 10/04/2008
Listed: 03/12/2007
Days on market: 18
Block size: 807m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling

Melba suburb information

A little bit about who lives locally, as provided by government census data
SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
40 years
Population
3,383
Unimproved value for Melba
$564,000
Listing ID: 182397861. This listing has been viewed 4417 times. It was first displayed on 25/03/2024 and last updated on 10/05/2024.
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