Block size: 664 m² approx.House size: 170 m² approx.UV: $848,000 (2018)
A Home for Living
Characterised by clean lines and unexpected spaces 13 Rawson Street, originally designed by noted architect Clem Cummings, has been re-imagined for 21st century life.
The light and neutral palette, combined with the architectural angles, capture, reflect and illuminate the varying spaces, and ensure a sense of space, air and ongoing level of interest. Together with the natural textures, square set edges and attention to detail, an innate sense of calm and understated luxury is created.
Thermal comfort tailored to Canberra's cold winters and hot summers is ensured through the integration of double-glazed windows and doors, insulation, evaporative cooling, and the radiant heating provided by hydronic heating.
In addition to its aesthetic qualities and properties of comfort of this welcoming home, vast timber decking spills effortlessly off the kitchen and lower level living, amplifying integration with the outdoors, maximising access to its northern vista.
All this in an envious location, at the base of Red Hill reserve land, moments to the Deakin shops, Manuka Village, John James Hospital and the EQ Commercial precinct, Alfred Deakin High, Girls Grammar and The Canberra Grammar School, Deakin Early Childhood Centre
Other points of note include: * Energy efficient, with new insulation and double-glazed windows and doors throughout * European Oak Flooring, designer wool blend loop pile carpet * Hydronic heating system, including German made in-floor in heating in lower level and Italian made panels on the upper level, * AEG kitchen appliances with premium Super White dolomite kitchen island top, Blum fittings and supermatt finish cabinetry * Next generation electrical system * NBN ready