Designed by Hugh Gordon Architects, Fairview Terraces is a stylish and sophisticated terrace residences built to the highest standards and showcasing meticulous attention to detail. The home features spacious living areas flooded with natural lights and affording magnificent views of the surrounding Molonglo Valley and Mt. Stromlo.
Superbly crafted chef style kitchens with Ariston appliances and private courtyards with dual entrances will make entertaining a breeze. Master suites with walk-in-robes and luxurious ensuite downstairs as well as the spacious bedrooms, study and extensive storage solutions upstairs have been designed exclusively to preserve your privacy and comfort in everyday living.
Located in proximity to scenic biking and walking trails, these homes provide a natural retreat within easy access of major town centres and entertainment hubs.
Residences ranging from 135-169m2, some of the largest in the area
Residences feature with dual courtyards/ balconies / Covered Terrace
Small boutique development
Averaging 60 sqm of outdoor living space per residence
Large private courtyards and beautiful garden area has been architecturally designed by our specialized landscape Architect
3/4 generous sized Bed + study, ensuite, and 2 bathroom / 2 Powder room options
High windows opening to front courtyard
Large kitchen with Induction & Pyrolytic Ariston chef style appliances & inbuilt microwave
North East facing residences available with magnificent valley views and West Facing residences have Mount Stromlo views
Wooden floors to living rooms
Double glazed windows throughout living areas, video intercom system, alarm
Smart home system, light & voice control from your smart device
Ducted reverse cycle Heating and Cooling system
Low strata fees
Choice of colour schemes + add on inclusions available
15 minutes to the city, Belconnen, Manuka/Kingston and Woden
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