Offering street frontage and sympathetic to the construction of heritage homes in the precinct, this dual occupancy home is one to check out. Fresh, neutral interiors, spaciousness and clean design, the home exudes style and sophistication in an amazing location. This home features high ceilings, internal French doors and expanses of glass facing north, seamlessly connecting with th newly landscaped gardens.
The beautiful solid timber ash floors give the home a light and warm atmosphere, be assured with the north sun and hydronic heating Canberra winters will be a delight!
The kitchen is central to the home, and boasts ample granite benchtops, a stunning glass splashback, stainless steel appliances and walk-in pantry. Flexible and light-filled open plan living spaces can be closed off with glass doors to create separate lounge and dining areas if required. The large main bedroom offers a walk-in robe, ensuite and a lovely garden aspect with glass doors leading to a shaded patio This home affords two further large bedrooms and the possibility of a fourth bedroom or study.
The living areas flow seamlessly to a paved entertaining area and sun-drenched gardens, north-facing in winter whilst providing a cool leafy aspect in summer. Modern and functional in design, this balanced home offers the best of city living whilst still having the advantage of residing in a leafy established suburb at the base of Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve.
In a prime position at the city end of Ainslie, the Canberra City is moments away, walk to the local Ainslie shops, the exciting new Braddon precinct or the bush paths of the surrounding Nature Reserve.
. low maintenance gardens and automatic watering systems front and back. Gardening services are included in the weekly rental amount and consist of monthly garden visits by a professional gardener, seasonal lawn mowing as required by a professional gardener and all water consumption included in the weekly rental to ensure the watering of gardens via the irrigations remains operational at all times throughout the tenancy. . large main bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite . two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes . flexible fourth bedroom/study . private paved entertaining area . hydronic gas-fired heating . ducted evaporative cooling . 5 burner gas SMEG stovetop . large family functional laundry . copious amounts of storage throughout . instantaneous gas hot water . insulation in all internal and external walls, ceiling and roof space, external wall airlock designed to trap hot and cold air EER 5.5 . single garage with automatic door and internal access . ample off-street parking
Available late January 2020 EER 5.5 Prospective tenants must obtain prior consent from their Owner to keep pets on the premises.
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Available from 31 Jan 2020
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