Block size: 1260 m² approx.House size: 198 m² approx.UV: $953,000 (2019)
Completely Renovated Sanctuary on the City Fringe
Newly renovated to the highest standard, this beautiful family home is luxurious without pretence and superbly located in an elevated cul-de-sac with views to Black Mountain and the City.
A soothing feeling comes over you as you’re welcomed through the front door here, it really feels like home. Natural elements such as stone and wood finishes are teamed with a subtle colour palette creating, what can only be described as, a calm sanctuary on the city fringe.
No expense has been spared in bringing this home into the modern era and the end result is a real credit to the current owners. Everything has been renovated with high quality finishes. The new kitchen has all the features you’d expect including waterfall stone bench tops, a huge island and brand new appliances. The ensuite and bathroom have a spa-like feel with the main bathroom featuring a deep freestanding tub. There is new electrical and plumbing, ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, a gas instant hot water system and double glazing throughout. You have the choice of front and rear alfresco dining spaces, perfect for summer nights, and the huge electric fireplace in the living room provides cozy comfort for those cold Canberra evenings.
Surrounded by greenery and bush, you’d never know you were moments from the action. O’Connor is a highly desired suburb and for good reason. Trendy local shops and great schools, the light rail, CBD and ANU are all within walking or cycling distance. Belconnen, the AIS and Bruce Stadium are a short drive over the hill.
Homes in this street don’t come on the market often, it really is a must-view. Only one lucky family will get to move in and call this place home. Will it be yours?
- 5 bedrooms, 4 with built-in robes - 2 Bathrooms, 1 x deep bath - Massive 1260㎡ block - City and Black Mountain views - Peaceful bush outlook in quiet cul-de-sac - Family/meals room - New insulation in walls and ceiling - New LED downlighting - New double glazing throughout - New wood laminate flooring - New electrical and plumbing - New gas instant hot water - New ducted reverse cycle cooling/heating - Huge electric fireplace - New kitchen with stone bench tops and views to the city - Double carport - New ridge capping on roof - New terrazzo tiling on the front balcony - Close to O’Connor shops, schools, light rail, CBD
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