This outstanding contemporary style home, designed by award winning Architecture firm Paul Tilse Architects & Interiors, is the complete package offering an incredible range of bespoke modern features refined and balanced to optimise light and space. Innovative architecture combined with high quality landscaping provides a home suited to people of all ages and demographics.
Special attention to detail and luxurious finishes cater for comfort and warmth for every season. Its design - inside and out - is meticulous, inspired and provides contemporary living at its very best. An interior designer's influence is most evident throughout with sophisticated design and material selection, including softening timber finishes and a contrasting colour palette. All have helped create a home with character including a landscape plan that matches the tranquillity and symmetry.
A substantial solid timber door is a subtle but impacting feature as you enter, with European Oak flooring used for all main living areas and hallways. Northerly orientation and floor to ceiling glass doors captures an abundance of light and glimpses of the garden greenery from different aspects of the home. Quality custom shelving and joinery provides a place of peace to relax and work, with a study nook discretely adjoining the Living area.
Central to the home, connecting to the outdoors is an open plan kitchen, dining and family room, all spacious and sun-filled from the rear. A concealed quality sliding door from the kitchen achieves segregated privacy. The designer kitchen is emphasised with feature v-joint panelling, a solid concrete stone island bench with breakfast bar, Matte Black Astra Walker tapware, quality Miele appliances, and integrated fridge.
The outdoor entertaining area provides a practical link to the rear garden creating a space to enjoy all year round.
A generous sized master suite with walk-in robe is fitted with superior quality joinery. a striking ensuite with concrete benchtop and twin basins, timber veneer vanity & walk-in shower. Two comfortable sized bedrooms upstairs follow with built-ins, sharing a beautiful luxe main bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiles and free-standing bath. The powder room with feature Japanese penny round tiles and Designer pendant is well positioned close to the central hub, ideal when entertaining guests.
This property will appeal to all families, professional couples and downsizers who would like to live centrally. Griffith is arguably one of the most desirable locations in Canberra, close to Lake Burley Griffin, Manuka, and main arterial roads. It is also within close proximity to various schools, the Parliamentary Triangle, and the gentle hum of the local Griffith shops with popular cafes, restaurants and organic grocers.
Living Size: 271m2 Ground Floor Area: 155m2 First Floor Area: 76m2 Garage Floor Area: 40m2 EER: 6.8
Features: • Three comfortable sized bedrooms • Large designer main bathroom with free standing bathtub, ensuite and powder room • European Oak wide timber floorboards to main living areas • Automated designer blinds with sheer curtains in main Living and bed 1 • Custom built-in timber joinery units throughout with feature window seat upstairs. • Concrete basins & solid timber vanities to bathrooms & ensuite • Frameless glass shower screens and Spanish porcelain floor tiles & Italian vertically stacked subway tiles in all bathrooms • Feature Inax Japanese Penny Round tiles and designer pendant light to Powder Room • Designer kitchen with Concrete benchtops • Integrated Matte Black double bowl sink in kitchen and Astra Walker Matte Black Tapware • Feature timber veneer & Concrete to kitchen island bench with breakfast bar • Miele Appliances & Integrated fridge/freezer • Designer light-filled walk in pantry • Uniformed designer laundry with quality joinery • Video Intercom to entry • Feature TV unit to living room. • Internet Data & Digital Aerial connection to 3 TV locations in living, lounge & Bedroom 1 • Data cabling hub patch panel in study • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning to entire home • Semi-commercial aluminium double-glazed windows and doors. • Miele Appliances & Integrated fridge/freezer • Data cabling hub patch panel in study • Feature timber cladding to external elevation • Custom painted castellated timber cladding to double garage door • Spacious Storage room adjoining garage • Quality plant selection with low maintenance garden & lawns and with automatic watering system.
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