At 23/7 Ijong Street in Braddon, you will find an opportunity to participate in a coveted lifestyle. Sophistication meets the realm of convenience in this renovated townhouse which offers direct street access. The residence is nestled on the cusp of the Canberra's urbane heartland in the thriving district of Braddon, situated on a tree-lined street, moments from the idyllic Haig Park and walking distance to the city centre and the light rail station. The opportunity to cement a routine around short commutes, accessibility and extra time can become your new mantra.
As you approach your new home, you will be welcomed by a low-maintenance courtyard, where native flora enhances the generous space. Inside, you will be welcomed by a renovated space offering cascading light which further enhances the neutral colours and warm undertones. North-easterly sunshine streams through glass sliding doors that open up onto your front courtyard. The generous proportions allow for unencumbered living where both lounge and dining flawlessly integrate, while still allowing for segregation to be achieved. The elegant kitchen is designed to enrich those who love to indulge in cooking escapades. The stone benchtop, stainless steel European appliances and electric cooktop will provide the tools-of-trade needed for the culinary expert in your household to celebrate their craft.
A staircase will draw you to the second level where the master bedroom is a triumph in decadence, with spacious proportions, a generous walk-in-wardrobe and inviting ensuite. The Juliet balcony offers a touch of drama to an already lavish and relaxing space. The two additional bedrooms are delightful spaces, which offer built-in-wardrobes and views to the tranquil, immaculate shared courtyard.
The additional rear courtyard allow for seamless indoor/outdoor entertainment and an impeccably maintained complex supports those who wish settle in a picturesque setting. Be kept comfortable year round with reverse cycle heating and cooling and a powder room on the ground floor offers unencumbered convenience. Two secure car-spaces, an enclosed storage area, and numerous secure visitor car spaces all ensure that every need has been met. We hope to see you at our next inspection.
- New flooring, paint, lighting and curtains - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Two secure underground car-spaces (tandem) and enclosed storage area - Two courtyards - Direct street access - European appliances in kitchen
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