Block size: 785 m² approx.House size: 239 m² approx.UV: $1,000,000 (2019)
Old Westridge Charm
If you’re looking for something truly exceptional in a family home, here it is. Set in a private, tranquil enclave in the very heart of Yarralumla, this thoughtfully updated 1950’s-built home on a large 785m2 square metre block offers exactly the right combination of elegance, quality and character with all the modern and high-end inclusions. It has four generous bedrooms, including a master with ensuite. Informal living areas include an airy open plan kitchen, family room and dining area, and its gracious lounge room with open fireplace reflects the home’s warmth and charm. The light-filled aspect of the home offers year-round enjoyment of its lawns and gardens, just a short stroll from the peaceful shores of Lake Burley Griffin or a short drive to the action of the city. In short, this property is a genuine one-off. A rare opportunity to purchase a very unique family home.
• 2011 renovation pays homage to original character of the home • Year round sun-lit living with skylights and floor to ceiling windows • Chef's kitchen includes AGA stove with gas burners and three electric ovens and walk in pantry • Tall & pitched ceilings, original light fittings • Spotted Gum timber floors
• Open wood burning fireplace to lounge and gas fireplace to dining/ living area
• Original timber sash windows
• Outdoor timber entertaining deck, paved courtyard, tranquil and private gardens, veggie patch, garden shed, beautiful established fig tree
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