Prime location, indoor/outdoor living and four floors of living space - it's all here! This exciting home sits in the heart of Dickson and is a must-see for anyone looking for a special home and an outstanding Inner North lifestyle.
There are four - yes four! - floors of living space in this home, all of it modern and spacious with quality finishes throughout. The basement has been finished off, giving you a flexible space to use in any number of ways - a second lounge, a gym or media room perhaps? The two middle floors include the main living space and three of the bedrooms consecutively. And then there's the loft bedroom on the top floor - a beautiful open space, airy and light thanks to two huge skylights.
Being on the end of the row, this townhouse enjoys an extra large courtyard that wraps around from North to East with views of the leafy street with tennis courts and playground across the road. The pergola is fitted with a fantastic automatic louver roof system putting you in control of the elements - open the roof to let the sun shine in and close it for shade or wet weather protection.
Living here places you moments away from Canberra's best. The CBD, ANU, wineries, farmers markets and the Parliamentary Triangle - all within a 10 minute drive. Braddon the Dickson shops, pool and excellent schools are within walking distance as is the light rail.
This home simply must be viewed! It's a unique home in an excellent location and for this it will sell fast. Contact Stephen Bunday & Andrew Browne today to ensure you don't miss your chance.
At a glance...
- 4 bedrooms - 4 floors of living space including basement and loft - Built in 2018 - 2 bathrooms - Mains gas Rinnai Infinity hot water - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Caesarstone benches - Soft close drawers - Stainless steel dishwasher (Fisher and Paykel) - 900 mm Induction cooktop and electric oven (Fisher & Paykel) - Built in Panasonic microwave - Convenient laundry with AEG front loading washing machine and condenser dryer in main bathroom - Study area with Caesarstone benchtop - Ceiling fans in bedrooms and basement multi-purpose room - Crimsafe doors in living areas - Downlights throughout with dimmer control in living areas - Two large outdoor areas facing North and East - Large outdoor patio with Vergola automatic opening roof system - Double lock up garage (side by side parking) with large internal storage and internal access - Visitor car parking in secure basement - Landscaped rear common area
- Walking distance to Braddon cafe district - Walking distance to Dickson Shops, light rail and pool - Quiet leafy street with tennis court and playground across the street - Schools, walking trails and parks all close by - Canberra CBD, 5 minute drive - Regional Farmers Markets, 10 minute drive - Bus stop and light rail station, 5 minute walk
Rates $2,169 Land Tax $2,924 Living area 184.5m2 Alfresco 69.2m2 EER 5.5
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