Block size: 776 m² approx.House size: 186 m² approx.UV: $664,000 (2019)
Lush gardens frame architectural gem
On the corner of Logan Street and Finniss Crescent, enjoy the convenience of this north-facing, beautifully elevated location. Established hedges create a lush privacy, with dappled light thanks to the magnificent street Oaks, Japanese Maples and vibrant Silver Birch. The whisper-quiet location boasts a manicured yet low-maintenance landscaped garden with meandering red paths, the perfect fire pit zone and raised veggie/ planting beds.
A surprise package, this home integrates indoors and outdoors living. Large windows throughout flood the home with light and create a leafy calm outlook. Cathedral ceilings delight in the formal lounge and dining, creating a unique sense of space, enhanced by charcoal coloured carpet and custom media wall. This is an adaptable and easy home for all seasons, from cosy fireplace evenings with a glass of red, to summer BBQ's with friends. The entry area, with gorgeous original parquetry flooring offers a second open fireplace and could be used as a home office, reading nook or music room. The modern, convenient and well planned kitchen offers Miele appliances, gas cooking, electric oven and a large breakfast bar open to the family room.
The accommodation wing consists of three generous bedrooms with built-in robes and double-glazed windows. The tranquil master bedroom with adjoining walk-through dressing room has a stunning newly-renovated en-suite bathroom. Both bathrooms are cosy with heated towel rails and underfloor heating.
Perfectly positioned in the heart of Canberra's prestigious Inner South this home offers easy access to the public service offices, Canberra's blue ribbon educational institutions, Red Hill and Manuka shopping precincts. It truly is an ideal home in a wonderful location.
• Flexible floorplan of over 186.64 square metres (approx.), 775m2 block • Striking front lounge with cathedral ceilings, double height glass windows looking on to lush gardens and leafy front deck • Ducted gas plus feature fireplace, plush new carpets, fresh paint, evaporative cooling and R/C to lounge • Single brick automatic garage under, plus carport, fences in excellent condition, side shed and under house storage • Cedar French doors opening from the family room into a private covered alfresco then to the back terrace • Double glazed windows in all bedrooms and lounge
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