Block size: 958 m² approx.House size: 170 m² approx.UV: $1,120,000 (2019)
Renovated family home in beautiful Yarralumla
Ideal for families, young professionals or savvy investors.
Tranquil and private, this charming 1950's red brick home is set within a peaceful and leafy cul-de-sac street in undoubtedly one of Yarralumla's most sought-after locations. Extended and fully renovated tastefully throughout, it effortlessly combines old charm and new modern features to create a fabulous family home embracing indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.
The contemporary kitchen offers ample bench and storage space, quality stainless appliances including Fisher and Paykel cooktop and a perfectly placed picture window to watch the kids in the rear garden. There is a separate dining area and expansive living area with a gas fireplace, perfect for family or entertaining guests.
Be pleasantly surprised by the impressive master bedroom, which boasts a dream walk-in robe and luxurious ensuite with a free-standing bathtub and his and her basins. Year-round comfort is provided by ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling plus separate evaporative cooling system.
Entertain guests in the rear-garden in the large covered and protected gazebo overlooking the expansive landscaped garden. Watch the kids run-around on the generous grassed area, which takes full advantage of the impressive 958m2 block.
Features: • 1950's red brick home - fully renovated and extended • Located in a private, quiet and leafy cul-de-sac • Moments to Canberra's best educational facilities • Master bedroom with dream walk-in robe and luxurious ensuite • Entertainer's protected and covered gazebo • Low-maintenance landscaped gardens with Wifi mobile irrigation system • Fully electrically re-wired and instantaneous hot water system • Ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling • Evaporative cooling option (separate system) • Walking distance to the Lake Burley Griffin foreshore
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