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Rarely does a lifestyle residence so close to Canberra Centre, Airport, Schools, shops and only 200 meters to Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve come available. A remarkable, practical yet playful family home surrounded by 1053 square meters of park like gardens and lawns, set in a leafy, quiet enclave in arguably one of the Inner North's premium locations.
A stunning fusion of function and form, showcasing designer interiors and high-quality finishes throughout, this refurbished solid brick residence is a unique offering in this highly regarded inner city suburb.
Sited to take full advantage of its broad northerly aspect to the rear, sunny informality is the cornerstone to its open plan living areas which offer an uplifting sense of space and light and extend outdoors to recreational area, built in barbeque and designer swimming pool.
A centrally located kitchen is the hub of the home and the focal point for family gatherings or entertaining on a grand scale.
Whether it's the crisp lines of the architecture or the incredible manicured gardens and resort style living this home is sure to capture your and your family's heart. You be the master of your future, enquire now.
Dual Miele oven and gas stovetop
Two Fisher Paykel dish draws
Abundance of storage throughout
In-slab heating to living/wet areas
Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Ducted gas heating
Electric Off Peak hot water system
Built in barbeque with main gas
Electric outdoor retractable awning
Large secluded backyard
Solar heated swimming pool
Double automatic garage with plenty of storage
Conveniently located close to the airport, Canberra Centre, local schools, Campbell Shops, Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve
Outgoings & Further Features:
Rates: 6,029 pa (approx.)
Living: 237m2 (approx.)
Block: 1,0532m2 (approx.)
UV: $979,000 (approx.)
Please note that whilst our team has taken all care in providing this information, to the extent legally permissible Bolton & Co disclaims responsibility for omissions or inaccuracies. All interested parties should rely on their own enquiries, and the state of the property at the time of their inspection.
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