Colebatch Place in Curtin shares a rare urban planning history that local residents still sing the praises of 50 years later. Created as part of the Radburn Scheme, these homes were designed to create pedestrian friendly housing, directly adjoining parkland and connecting these homes, via pathways, to schools and shops. This creates not only a pleasant outlook, but a great community friendly environment.
The fortunate family that called number 32 Colebatch Place home since 1970, thrived in this great location for all of those years. Now the opportunity exists for your family to do the same.
The quiet cul-de-sac address offers a mammoth 843m2 block with all the amenity of a great suburban location, just a short stroll via parkland to the Curtin shops, local primary schools and numerous sporting and recreation areas. The Woden Town Centre and Canberra College are only a very short drive away.
The home itself exudes the warmth and character created by those many years of memories, whilst presenting in immaculate condition, thanks to a recent repaint and the installation of timber floors, bringing practicality and wonderful warmth to the living areas and each of the four bedrooms. A sunroom adds living space to the practical layout that includes an open plan lounge and dining area as well as one of those great design hangovers from yesteryear, the eat in kitchen. The living areas are light and airy and will be bathed in winter warmth thanks to the north and easterly aspect that they share with the sunny verandah. The southern side of the home comprises a huge enclosed courtyard creating terrific outdoor entertaining area.
Dubbed "the man shed', the second of two garages have been converted into a studio with great possibilities. A home office, hobby room, artist's studio, teenage retreat or yes, a space to escape from the kids. The main garage will accommodate two cars and includes a partitioned workshop or storage room. There is also a small garden shed on the patio.
The 843m2 setting means that the options with this home are many. The current layout is practical and ready for most families as is, whilst the ample space suggests that if desired, scope exists to extend the floor plan to fit your particular needs. Given the "Suburban Core" zoning, a dual occupancy could also be a possibitiy.
32 Colebatch Place in Curtin is a special address and comes to the market after more than 48 years – don't miss your opportunity to create your own memories.