To keep good company is to surround yourself with people and places that enhance the life you live. A home of good company is a place that one enjoys spending time, a place one can tap into community life, and a place that offers a feeling of safety. Keeping yourself in good company is more important than ever in setting the tone for your life and lifestyle you aspire to.
A home that keeps good company is 1/26 Dominion Circle Forrest. It offers not only a prestigious address in the Parliamentary Precinct, it is surrounded by distinguished residences and developments providing quality lifestyle aspects of community and home.
Designer style through exceptionally generous light filled dimensions, inside and out, integrates light, space and a north aspect to enhance the living experience. Incorporating harmonious architectural statements, large glazed areas maximise solar access and winter sunshine penetrates the living. The windows provide uninhibited views to meticulous gardens from the central gourmet kitchen and living hub. The arrangement of spaces on three levels balances privacy and connection to various outdoor spaces including alfresco shaded decking and paved terrace.
Luxurious finishes and appointments delivers continuity throughout the home, thoughtful and considerate design provides clean lines and practical functionality. A sequence of flowing living spaces are defined by high ceilings, sky windows and solid timber flooring. Four bedrooms provide generous accommodation, with ground floor bedroom and en suite an option for 'living on one level'. The relationship between the home and outdoors is redefined as full length folding glass doors connect with several well integrated private and useful outdoor spaces. Merging function and style, the garden is easy care crafted to create a relaxed private space that complements the interiors and invites an outdoor lifestyle. A reclaimed basement area is advantageous for diversity of family life, an enormous space perfect for study, rumpus or hobby area.
A highly desirable and convenient Inner South location, the home is superbly located close to the Parliamentary Triangle and Barton, with easy access to the City Centre, Lake Burley Griffin and parklands and Manuka Village. Forrest offers a connected community with good neighbours, excellent generous community spaces including parks, sports oval, local tennis courts and bowling club. Close to a range of excellent schools including Forrest Primary School, Forrest Early Childhood Centre, Telopea Park School and Canberra Grammar.
.features .opulent four-bedroom townhouse .boutique complex of only four .stunning views to three of Canberra's most iconic landmarks; Parliament House, Black Mountain tower and Church of St George .generous floorplan spanning 191m2 of living (approximately) .stunning kitchen with quality cabinetry, gas cooking, glass splashback, stone benchtop and Miele appliances .sun filled, open plan living and dining room leading out to the deck through bi-fold doors .main bedroom with stunning views to parliament house, walk-in robe and en suite with bathtub and skylight .additional second bedroom downstairs with en suite and walk-in robe, ideal as a second master suite for multi-generational families .two additional bedrooms with built-in robes and skylights .gorgeous main bathroom plus separate toilet .full sized separate laundry and additional powder room .timber flooring, high ceilings and white plantation shutters .electric velux skylights, double glazed windows and heated tiled floors .huge downstairs multi-purpose room, perfect as a rumpus room, games room or teenage retreat .all bedrooms wired with ethernet and tv cabling, NBN ready .immaculately maintained inside and out offering a low maintenance lifestyle .under stair storage .double garage with auto door and internal access plus storage cage .lovely wrap around courtyard, paved terrace and extensive decking .fully landscaped and established gardens .Exceptional location close to Manuka, Kingston, City and Parliamentary Triangle
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