Without doubt one of the Inner North's finest town residences.A sensational Townsend + Associates designed tri-level home that is highly regarded for its elegant Modernist design and construction quality. It has refined design features throughout, which have been sensitively enhanced including with recent improvements to the outdoor living spaces.
With Ipima Street Light Rail Station on the doorstep this is a special opportunity to live in a executive residence in a highly regarded residential complex with immediate access to the City and Braddon urban precinct.Offering spacious light-filled open living, dining and kitchen/family areas, separate entrance hall, courtyard garden and terrace with contemporary landscaping and dramatic lighting, large master suite with large fully-tiled ensuite, two spacious additional bedrooms, two large bathrooms, and two study nooks. Large garage and storage.HighlightsDesigned by Townsend + Associates ArchitectsTri level town residence with own two car garage on gradeFlowing indoor/outdoor spaces and natural cross ventilationExtensive and refined integrated joineryBeautiful kitchen with integrated Miele appliances (induction cooktop, oven)Warming drawer, microwave oven, range hood, dishwasher).Courtyard garden, terrace and kitchen balcony with contemporary landscape designDramatic lighting, unique trees and automated watering systemDouble glazed throughoutReverse cycle air conditioningVelux automated skylight over stairwell voidLouvred external plantation shutters to terrace Substantial storage options
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