Stunning, spacious and spectacularly built, this fabulous contemporary 4-bedroom home in coveted Red Hill offers 295sqm of internal living in a luxurious but low maintenance setting.
Beautifully designed by renowned architect Terry Ring and built to last, this wonderful home welcomes residents into an oasis of architectural perfection, starting from the entry whereupon you encounter the formal lounge, graced by 5m high windows affording a glimpse of the lush trees against the Canberra sky. The lounge leads into the open plan living and dining area, dressed in an abundance of north facing windows, lending the whole living space a feel of absolute opulence and serenity. Light tiled flooring complete with under floor heating in the living spaces contrast beautifully against the dark coloured kitchen cabinets.
The designer kitchen continues to impress with its modern feel and is equipped with quality Miele appliances, a double oven, fully integrated double fridge and freezer, large Island bench and an adjoining butler's pantry Built with the intention of catering to both downsizers and families, the home features a large master bedroom downstairs with a lavish walk-in-robe and an equally lavish ensuite.
Three generously sized bedrooms occupy the upstairs level, one with an ensuite and two serviced by the superior main bathroom. Complete with lift access to both levels plus the massive 167sqm basement garaging this truly is a extraordinary luxury home.
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