Block size: 708 m² approx.House size: 270 m² approx.UV: $1,126,000 (2019)
Contemporary Family Home
Impressive from the outset with its designer look and top-quality build, this architectural dual-level home delivers a haven of style in a premium inner south address. It is immaculately presented throughout and created to provide a great space to entertain with a focus on spacious proportions and easy in/outdoor living.
Inside is a generous layout featuring flowing open living spaces and a separate lounge room with double height ceilings. Five bedrooms include a large upstairs master suite with its own walk-in robe, ensuite and private balcony, plus there is a guest bedroom on the lower level that has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
A spacious backyard has room for all types of entertaining with a sheltered outdoor patio, paved areas and a north facing garden. There is also a huge double garage with storage space and internal access.
It’s the location that gives this sophisticated residence even more desirability as it is within easy access to Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra City, Woden and the area’s best schools.
Features include: - Light filled open plan layout with living and dining spaces - North facing backyard with sheltered patio and paved areas - Upper level bedrooms include a master with walk-in and ensuite - Sleek designer kitchen with quality fittings and walk-in pantry - Separate formal lounge room featuring double height ceilings and light pendant - Huge double garage with storage space and internal access - Great structural build with concrete slab on ground floor and brick veneer ground and top floor - A sought-after Yarralumla address close to all amenities
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