Where architecture meets style; this home has been conceived by the Meier Group in close collaboration with Turco and Associates. Created with the highest standard of inclusions throughout, this brand new home will provide luxurious living in the heart of Lyons. The sleek external facade compliments the striking interiors, showcasing an incredible open plan layout with a focus on connecting light and spaces together.
The ground level incorporates an expansive lounge and dining area, which flows freely off the beautifully appointed kitchen complete with walk in pantry. The spacious lounge overlooks the large alfresco and landscaped gardens. The master suite has been thoughtfully placed on the ground floor with huge walk in robe and stylish ensuite for your convenience. Accompanying the remaining 2 bedrooms upstairs is a large light filled rumpus that could easily double as a fourth bedroom or study space.
The large alfresco entertaining space and beautifully landscaped low maintenance backyard provides an ideal spot for entertaining family and friends. Surrounded by other new and renovated homes, this is the perfect opportunity to secure a magnificent home in Canberra's most desirable locations.
American oak engineered flooring Master on the ground floor with WIR and ensuite Coloured video intercom with alarm Minimum 2.7m ceilings throughout ground floor Open plan living and dining areas Floor to ceiling tiling in ensuite and bathrooms Custom joinery throughout 20mm waterfall bench tops Premium AEG appliances Alfresco areas
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