With a central Inner South location yet whisper quiet, this beautifully renovated dual occupancy home is one of Jansz Crescent’s best kept secrets. 2/73 is tucked down its own driveway allowing privacy which is enhanced by the Rocky Knoll reserve backing the property. Being just a few minutes stroll into Manuka or up to Red Hill, this truly is a dream location. All the hard work has been done, so simply move in and enjoy living in one of Canberra’s most prestigious neighbourhoods.
Walking into the light filled entrance, a couple of stairs up and your single level living space awaits you. The architecturally designed floor plan, combines angled walls and French doors spilling onto the large sprawling deck. For those who love to entertain, the beautiful white schemed kitchen makes this simple with its thick stone bench tops, Miele appliances and shaker cabinetry whilst overlooking the reserve at the rear. With a generous formal lounge and elegant dining area plus the family room, living space has not been compromised. The stunning master bedroom offers a walk-in robe and renovated en suite, whilst bedrooms 2 & 3 are equally comfortable in size, with robes built in, and access to a fully renovated main bathroom.
Structured, yet low maintenance gardens create a sophisticated and attractive ambiance. Some Canberra classic plantings feature, such as a big weeping blossom, thriving mop top Robinias, Camelias, lemon trees and English box hedges. Plus the landscape of the rear Rocky Knoll reserve at the back gate, harbours local bird and wildlife, setting a lovely serene backdrop to possibly the best deck in Griffith.
Add up the lifestyle benefits of being just a short stroll into Manuka Village, the close proximity of the excellent school catchment and being only a short drive to the Parliamentary Triangle and Canberra Airport, this is an excellent piece of real estate, and a beautiful, welcoming home.
• Renovated kitchen, suite of Miele appliances, double oven, stone counter-tops, soft close drawers, shaker style cabinetry with bespoke hardware and long subway tiled splash back • Multiple living areas, separate formal living and dining rooms, plus family room opening off the kitchen • Master bedroom with walk in robe and renovated en suite, suspended timber veneer vanity, custom tiling floor to ceiling
• Renovated main bathroom, oodles of storage, shower over square set bath • Vast timber entertaining deck, spilling off the formal lounge and family rooms • Plantation shutters throughout, quality new carpets, timber flooring to high traffic areas and freshly painted internally • Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling, instant hot water • Oversized double garage with internal access plus wine cellar • 145sqm (approx.) of internal living space plus 12sqm (approx.) deck
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