Block size: 1073 m² approx.House size: 287 m² approx.UV: $1,131,000 (2019)
Architectural remodel of Classic Inner South
Please note the property will be open Saturday 30 May 1pm - 1.30pm by prior appointment only.
Superbly located in one of Canberra's most revered suburbs, this immaculate old Canberra charmer, is beautifully positioned on a 1073m2 block in a wide open street. A sweeping circular drive, flanked with red brick pavers, balances the block, as the hedge and beautifully established gardens provide structure, privacy and flashes of year round colour.
A wrought iron screen entry breezeway leads into a spacious entry foyer, something of a gallery that spills off to the grand front lounge dining, through to the beautiful back garden and two of the four generous bedrooms. Cosy and filled with dappled light, the formal living room can be closed off with glass French doors if needed, and a Cheminees Phillippe fireplace is the centrepiece of what is a striking room.
A Jarah hardwood kitchen has been hand crafted and lovingly kept over many years, and tied into custom timber cabinetry throughout the home, with a handcrafted built in wall of library/study in the family room. The flair of clever architecture, shines, with perfect integration of the kitchen to family room, through a timber lined reveal, which acts as a lower level entertainment unit and fireplace surround for the second fireplace.
The accommodation provides long-term appeal for modern family living and includes a light-filled oversized master bedroom, with a sun filled sitting area as part of the suite, walls of robes and a highly appointed marble en-suite and access out onto a private elevated balcony. The second bedroom has a fantastic built in timber desk and a gorgeous ensuite attached. Bedrooms 3 and 4 are quietly tucked at the back of the home with a recently renovated bathroom to service.
Family gatherings at #4 Landsborough are a delight. With overly generous indoor spaces plus a hedged rear garden, formal and lush, with English box hedge around the gently rolling lawns off a huge paved entertaining area.
The property presents unparalleled family living minutes from the boutique shopping and fine dining of Manuka, Griffith and Kingston as well as some of the Capital's finest schools.
• Short walk to Manuka Village, Canberra Grammar School and St Clare’s and St Edmunds and Narrabundah Colleges • Ducted gas heating, two fireplaces • Underfloor heating to the bathrooms, marble topped vanities, loads of integrated storage • Miele and Bosch kitchen appliances, adjoining butlers pantry/ laundry • Bespoke stained glass windows • Double garage with terracotta roof tiles, access to the rear garden, ample off street car parking
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If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have been in contact with someone who is ill or have travelled overseas recently, we ask that you be respectful of the well-being of others and not attend the open home.
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