A unique opportunity to acquire a home which has been curated and crafted by an award- winning architect and a highly acclaimed international artist.
Anew residences represent the combined efforts of renowned Canberra architect, Terry Ring, Archibald Packer Prize winner, Jason Benjamin, and award winning builders ELM. Their appointment has resulted in the development of two premium residences which have a respectable sense of space, balanced with quality inclusions and a touch of sophisticated luxury.
Designed to inspire, you'll love living in open spaces with a kitchen fully equipped with Miele appliances, walk in pantry, designer bathrooms, supreme fixtures and fittings.
A fabulous advantage is the Development's central positioning close to many core amenities within walking distance to Southside Farmers Markets, Woden Shopping Centre, the Canberra Hospital, various schools and the recently opened Stellar Lifestyle precinct.
1/34 Conyers Street Living size: 160m2 approx. Garage: 40m2 approx. Total: 200m2 approx. Alfresco: 20m2 approx. EER: 6.4
Features: • Centrally located within the Woden region • Alfresco entertaining from living • Caesar' stone kitchen bench top • High end appliances including Miele oven, cooktop, dishwasher and rangehood • Fisher and Paykel Refrigerator • Walk in Pantry • Video intercom system • Security system • Air conditioning & ducted heating system • Gas Stone Fireplace to Family area with Stone mantle • Gas Fireplace to Formal Lounge area with Stone mantle • LED lighting fixtures • Two Rinnai infinity gas hot water systems, • 4000L rainwater tank • Remote Garage doors • All landscaped and irrigated Gardens
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