Block size: 724 m² approx.House size: 263 m² approx.UV: $639,000 (2019)
Set to Impress! Designer Home a Visual Splendour
Impeccable design, quality craftsmanship and outstanding finishes - this home is special! Designed with family in mind and inspired by homes in Sydney and Melbourne, this home is contemporary, visually spectacular and in the perfect location for a modern Canberra family.
It's evident that only the best was used here and the choice of finishes creates a cohesive design that is a visual splendour. Sleek black cabinetry in the kitchen complements the black exterior of the home and in contrast, the crisp white walls inside provide a bright inner sanctuary. Gorgeous porcelain herringbone tiles and plush carpets add softness to the space and deluxe custom joinery throughout adds warmth and texture. The design is one that will stand the test of time and serve your family well into the future.
The seamless blending of indoor and outdoor areas gives the home a feeling of endless space. Black stacker doors slide effortlessly to the side blurring the line dividing in and out, creating one huge open-air room, a real show-stopper at parties and family gatherings. Stepping down from the alfresco area is a large fire pit and there's approved plans for a plunge pool if you so desire. With the added luxury of a cleverly concealed wine cellar underneath the decking you'll never have to go far for your favourite drop.
Of course, living in Ainslie offers your family a lifestyle that just can't be beaten. City fringe benefits include quiet leafy streets with quick access to the buzzing areas of Dickson and Braddon, just to name a few. Reputable schools, cafes, restaurants and shops; including the fabulous Ainslie shops of course - the best local shops in Canberra, are all within walking distance and with hiking and biking trails close by, getting into nature couldn't be easier.
This is a prominent home and a pioneering venture among Ainslie's historic streetscapes. If you're ready to elevate your standard of living, then you're invited to contact me, Stephen Bunday to arrange a viewing. I look forward to showing you this amazing home.
Living 263m2 Garage 45m2 Alfresco 60m2
Included in the sale... - 2 x Flat screen TV's - Built-in speakers to media room, family room and alfresco - Fridge - Dishwasher - Outdoor kitchen
At a glance... - Impeccable design, new construction, beautiful Ainslie location - Master bedroom with ensuite and his and her walk-in robe - Three separate living rooms - Commercial windows and doors throughout - Double-glazed bi fold doors create huge open-air living - Private covered alfresco with outdoor kitchen - Central fire pit - Wine cellar under alfresco - Designer kitchen, luxurious 60mm waterfall edge concrete benchtops - Built-in speakers to media room, family room and alfresco - Deluxe custom joinery throughout - Square set 2.55m ceiling, raked 3.1m ceilings in central living area - Herringbone timber-look porcelain tile flooring throughout, soft carpet to bedrooms - Travertine tiles to alfresco - Acoustic ceiling in formal lounge room - Solid core timber doors and acoustically rated walls throughout - Mains gas Rinnai hot water - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Security alarm - Approved engineered plans for plunge pool - Drive-through double garage with remote door
Lifestyle features... - Walking distance to supermarkets, cafes and amenities at both Ainslie and Dickson shops - Canberra CBD, 9 minute drive - Bus stop, 300m - Close to hiking and biking at Mt Ainslie and Mt Majura - Parks, Dickson Wetlands, playgrounds and urban bike/walking trails near by - Reputable public and private schools within walking distance
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School