Block size: 1452 m² approx.House size: 285 m² approx.UV: $1,749,000 (2019)
Quintessential Palm Springs in the Heart of Deakin
Auction Location: On site.
Resembling an iconic Palm Springs abode, this single level home oozes tranquillity, a relaxed lifestyle and neighbours The Lodge and Parliament House. Made for entertaining, the floor plan has been cleverly crafted to maximise the home's central theme of enjoyment and comfort, with a combination of extensive glass and timbers maximising natural light.
Unique in both design and functionality, the sprawling 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom property offers seamless indoor/outdoor living with numerous places to unwind. The ultimate in privacy, your expansive and fully enclosed patio and garden greets you and is the ideal spot for a morning coffee or swing set for the kids.
The expansive lounge with open fireplace and timber panelling is light filled and welcoming. Offering an oasis of calm and relaxation thanks to the soft tones and leafy outlook on display here, the east wing of the home features a study, three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms, one being an ensuite.
The updated kitchen with granite benchtops and walk-in pantry provides the perfect gateway to the party end of the house. The formal dining room and curved shape living area with wet bar provide easy access to the in-ground swimming pool, and a further two bedrooms as well as additional bathroom and large laundry.
Positioned on a spacious 1,452m2 parcel of land in the Parliamentary heart, this home is moments to Canberra Girls Grammar, Deakin shopping and dining and Parliament House. With local Manuka village, Lake Burley Griffin and Kingston Foreshore only a moments’ drive.
Features Include: - 5 bedroom all with built in robes - 3 bathrooms - Master bedroom with ensuite - Study - Large lounge and dining spaces plus open family area - Family area that opens onto pool area - Inbuilt wet bar - Spacious kitchen with granite bench tops - Walk in/ butlers pantry - Internal laundry - Inground chlorine pool - Reverse cycle A/C in 2 bedrooms and lounge room - Electric wall heaters - Fireplace - New carpet in a part of the house - Floor to ceiling windows throughout most of the house - Ample storage - Features in 100 Canberra Houses - A Century of Capital Architecture published by Tim Reeves and Alan Roberts. A selection of an array of private and public dwellings from the first 100 years of Canberra.
With enormous potential to further improve, this home presents a great opportunity in a top location! Contact us today and you just might find yourself enjoying the entertainer’s paradise in 2020!
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