With understated elegance, this solar-passive town residence, only 500 metres from the heart of Manuka, offers a lifestyle rarely seen. This is the new home you have been looking for.
Spanning three levels, with the luxury of a lift, flooded with natural light, the ground floor, including an open-plan lounge, dining area and study, overlooks two outdoor terraces.
The upper floor accommodates a large master retreat, walk-through robe and ensuite, another two bedrooms, main bathroom and study nook. The basement is a large double garage and storage space.
Features: The residence - Colin Stewart architect, Creative Building Services builder, Capital Veneering custom joiner, Dept. of Design interior designer - Due north - Located at one end of the complex, only one joining wall, allowing the most amount of light - Beautiful two-storey void to butterfly ceiling clad in solid blackbutt with four opposed clerestory windows below - Neutral colour scheme throughout - Double-glazed windows and LED lights throughout - Three-light long-drop pendant designed by Fink in void - Extensive use of blackbutt veneers to joinery throughout - Solid blackbutt stairs and adjacent vertical slats, and vertical trim fixed to Study sliding doors - Sleek kitchen with timber cabinetry, Caesarstone benchtops, ceramic splashback, Miele induction cooktop, rangehood, oven, warmer-drawer, steam oven, and dishwasher, island bench and butler's pantry - Outdoor kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, built-in Weber Q with gas connection, sink and cupboards - Study/media room (or alternative lounge) with built-in shelves and direct access to private rear courtyard - Ground-floor powder room with storage - Master bedroom with beautiful tree-scape outlook and built-in and walk-in robes. Large ensuite with double-basin Caesarstone benchtop, floor to ceiling tiles, double shower, feature standalone bath, and heated towel rail - Bedrooms two and three with built-in-robes and balcony - Study nook - Main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles - Laundry with Caesarstone benchtop, ceramic splashback and close access to clothesline - Quality blinds throughout- remote control to main windows - High volume of cabinet/cupboard space and drawers, with soft-closes throughout - High-quality tapware and push plugs, towel rails, and toilet roll holders in matt black - Mirrored cabinets above basins in Master Ensuite, Bathroom and Powder room
Plant and equipment - Solar electricity-Two photovoltaic panel systems, one of 3 Kw and one of 1.55 Kw. The latter attracts a premium feed-in-to-grid tariff of 50.05c per KwH until 2029 - Gas-boosted solar hot water, with tank on roof - Gas-fired hydronic under-floor heating, zoned by floor, with room controls - Ducted reverse-cycle airconditioning, zoned by floor - Ceiling fans in each of Lounge, Study, Master Bedroom and Bedrooms 2 and 3. Remotes for Bedrooms - Three-stop passenger lift, with phone, from Basement/Garage to First Floor - Security system, zoned by floor - Portable remotes to access/exit Basement/Garage and secure complex gate, and fixed remote in Basement/Garage to exit - Multiple double power points throughout, including external - Multiple ports for telephone/communications, free-to-air television and cable television - Concealed wiring of TV, computing equipment, AV systems etc. within Lounge and Study joinery
External - Quality tiling and paving - Fold-down clothesline - Lockable Entry gate, with AV intercom to Ground Floor - Lockable, A4-width letterbox in Entry wall - Irrigated mulched gardens on three sides of Unit, including two large concrete planter boxes - Water tank under front courtyard for irrigation - Irrigated garden on common property - Mulched garden on nature strips in Empire Circuit and Bougainville Street-maintained by owners cooperatively
EER: 4 Living space: 192m2 Courtyard space: 259m2 Land Rates: $3,911 p/a approx. Body Corporate: $3360 - admin, $2880 sinking fund - p/a approx.
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