Block size: 1839 m² approx.House size: 340 m² approx.UV: $1,595,000 (2019)
Exquisite Timeless Home in Old Deakin
Luxury meets comfort in this elegant family home in tightly held Old Deakin. Spacious proportions, light filled living spaces and a seamless integration with the outdoors, this stylish home has been thoughtfully and lovingly renovated.
1 Normanby Street is the entertainer’s dream with a large chef’s kitchen containing a commercial grade oven, state of the art appliances, walk in pantry and second oven with steam and combi features. Privacy, space and style to attract any discerning family, enjoy the interconnected indoor and outdoor areas and landscaped gardens, perfect for dreamy summer entertaining.
The home would also suit a family with teenage children with Canberra Grammar schools in proximity, separate parents wing, and multiple living areas with space to spread out to accommodate all family members.
The master suite is a true highlight. A decadent retreat with the oversized bedroom with walk in robe and stunning en-suite, enjoy a luxurious bath looking out onto a private courtyard and pond. Curl up by the open gas fireplace in the colder months with a book in the separate library. Also find a lock up garage and space for another two large cars in an adjoining undercover carport. On the property there is also a small separate fully self-contained flat, perfect for teenage children or guests.
Features include: - Expansive open living spaces - North facing full length windows in the lounge room, perfect for the cooler months - Stunning summer and autumn gardens with outdoor entertaining and dining areas - Four double bedrooms with sunny garden outlook - Chefs kitchen with multi-function AEG oven, Zanussi commercial stove, Miele warming drawer and dishwasher, state of the art Blum fittings including pull out pantry drawers, externally vented commercial range hood and stone and corian benchtops - Island bench with seating for five - Large walk in pantry - Art deco features throughout home - Gas hot water and ducted gas heating - Library with gas fireplace - Beautiful bathrooms with floor to ceiling tiles and heated towel rail - A room that can function as a media room with high quality projector and sound system - High insulation, contemporary cellular blinds in all rooms of the house. - Separate executive and well insulated one-bedroom granny flat' with modern kitchen and bathroom (with separately metered power and gas) - Automatic garden sprinkler system - Separate work shed - Room for three cars - Secluded and private gardens - Deakin, Manuka, Kingston shops and Parliament House just minutes away
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