Nardoo crescent is one of O'Connor's most popular addresses, and it's easy to see why. Set high, with views across the city and out toward Mount Ainslie, you can really lose yourself here. It stands to reason, then, that near the top of Nardoo is the place to be.
The house itself is the product of exceptional engineering, architectural design and the last 45 years having been spent here by the current owner, who has lavished love on the property over that time.
Designed by R.E. Rowland and finished in 1962, this is a steel pole frame house, which is unusual for this area. It gives the house a a look that was way ahead of its time, and the distinct benefit that none of the internal walls are load bearing, so you could let your creativity run wild here.
Upstairs features an expansive, sunlit lounge and open plan kitchen, which flows onto the deck. There are 3 generous bedrooms up here as well. Downstairs lies the perfect teenagers retreat or guest room, with its own private living area and ensuite.
The gardens are also a product of the long standing relationship that the current owner has had with the land here. So much has gone into setting these up, and making them low maintenance for the next generation of owners.