Block size: 609 m² approx.House size: 243 m² approx.UV: $721,000 (2019)
As new luxury home, with integrated unit
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The sophisticated architect design of this as new residence provides a unique opportunity, effectively two homes in one. With the closure of one door, you can have a completely independent one bedroom apartment, which is finished to the same high standards as the rest of the home. Perfect for additional income generation, or an elderly parent, or University aged child. Alternatively, open up to the main home, and seamlessly blend in an additional bedroom and living wing, to what is already a very substantial residence.
With a modern but traditional feel, the French grey painted front lounge with fireplace and ornate mantle enjoys views into the front courtyard. Crepe Myrtles provide a dash of colour against the native bush land across the street. The informal living opens up to a huge kitchen, incredibly fitted butler’s pantry, cleverly hidden integrated study and then spills out through big sliding doors onto a covered alfresco area. Down the hallway, there is a third living room/ media room or guest bedroom (with pull down wall bed) and an additional two queen bedrooms. The master suite is well removed at the front of the home, generous in size, with fantastic walk in robe and beautiful modern en-suite.
The quiet neighbourhood setting also offers easy convenience as it is within close proximity to Deakin Shops, premium schools, Woden Town Centre and the City Centre, not to mention the John James and Canberra Hospitals, and the EQ Business Park.
• Flowing and light filled formal & casual living areas, each with fireplaces, great segregation potential • Covered alfresco area with easy access into the garden • Entertainer’s kitchen with high quality fittings including integrated Miele fridge and freezer, Butler’s pantry with additional microwave, dishwasher and sink • Complete one bedroom unit with living/dining area, full kitchen, separate bathroom and own entry if required • Integrated wall beds in both the cinema room and study room • Ducted heating and cooling in main home, plus two reverse cycle units in the apartment • Ducted vacuum with two hoses (one for apartment), plus vacpan in main kitchen and pantry and apartment kitchen • Double glazed throughout, 2550mm ceilings throughout
• 7500l water tank • Porcelain tiles in living areas plus spotted gun engineered wood floors to all bedrooms
• Bespoke lighting, plantation shutters, high quality fixtures and fittings • Top of the range Tier 1 solar panels, invertor and storage battery • Automatic double garage with internal access, plenty of additional off street parking, landscaped and auto irrigated gardens • Lovely street position, with no neighbours across the street
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