Block size: 1037 m² approx.House size: 365 m² approx.UV: $496,000 (2019)
Hamptons Family Living
Located in the quiet and friendly neighbourhood of Chifley, sits No. 10 Mauldon Street. As you make your way up the sandstone steps to your front door you are greeted with a carefully thought out masterpiece.
This extensively renovated home has been well-built with fine attention paid to detail. Luxurious touches are heavily used throughout the home with carefully selected premium finishes and designer materials, including the soft furnishings and colour palettes.
The fresh white kitchen is elegant and stylish with premium quality joinery, marble splashback, stone bench tops, European appliances and a walk in pantry. This functional space overlooks the stunning formal living area, complemented by a fireplace and French doors that open to a Juliette balcony for you to take in Canberra's alluring sunsets. The rich dark oak floors contrast the clean white lines that ooze class throughout.
The large north facing family room was designed with kids in mind. This functional layout means you can enjoy small intimate dinners or large family gatherings where parents socialise in the front living/kitchen area and close the glass sliding door to the family room so you can keep an eye on the kids.
The master bedroom was designed not only as a place to sleep, but a parent's retreat. It emits a calming ambiance with classy black built in cabinetry, large walk in robe and stunning ensuite. The second bedroom features its own ensuite for the comfort of guests and family staying the night. The two remaining bedrooms are generously proportioned and come complete with large built in robes.
What makes this a truly unique offering is the newly constructed second home, this was designed and built to maximise the available land whilst not compromising the size of external landscape areas and privacy between homes. This allows enormous potential for investors or large families alike. Easy care gardens provide the opportunity to spend more time with your family and less time maintaining the wonderful outlook.
Features Include: - Ducted Heating & Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning - Gas Fireplace - Instantaneous Hot Water Unit - Oversized Garage with inbuilt storage - Sandstone retaining walls - Custom built joinery to ensuite and bathrooms with stone benchtops - Bespoke wallpaper
Living: 235m² Garage: 49m² Second Dwelling: 90m² Block Size: 1037m² Built: 1972 - Extensive renovation in 2015. EER: 4.5 Rates: $3,310p.a (approx.) Land Tax: $5,063p.a (approx.only if rented)
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