Light and airy townhouse with house size proportions
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Positioned on the end of a boutique development of eight tightly held architect designed townhouses, this light and airy, north facing residence. Boasting house size proportions over three levels, it is immaculately maintained and beautifully presented throughout.
The well-equipped kitchen features an abundance of stone work surfaces and overlooks the spacious open plan sitting and dining room which features beautiful hardwood flooring. The living area opens to a small west facing courtyard and a fabulous north facing entertaining terrace with a gorgeous tree top outlook to Black Mountain.
The accommodation is on the top floor and includes three generous bedrooms, the huge master suite features a large ensuite bathroom with a spa bath, separate shower with a semi frameless screen and a generous walk in robe. In addition, the master bedroom opens to a sun-soaked breakfast balcony. There is also a guest bathroom on the top floor and a powder room on the lower level. Other features include L.E.D lighting, in slab heating in both bathrooms, a separate laundry, great cupboard storage, two separate ducted reverse cycle air conditioning systems, a double lock up garage with a workshop area, internal access and a great under house storage. Every room enjoys a wonderful relationship to the tree top outlook of the picturesque street trees and distant mountain views. Positioned a short stroll to the vibrant cafes and restaurants of the Yarralumla and Deakin shopping precincts and close to Lake Burley Griffin, Royal Canberra Golf Club, The Parliamentary Triangle and major arterial roads, it is ideally located for a wonderful lifestyle.
Property features: North facing Architect designed (Roger Pegrum) Slab construction Tightly held boutique development of eight Pleasant tree top outlook toward Black Mountain Well equipped kitchen with masses of stone benchtops Huge master bedroom boasts a spa ensuite, balcony and walk-in wardrobe Wonderful outdoor entertaining terrace, balconies and courtyards Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning (two units) In-slab heating in ensuite and main bathroom Solid timber floors L.E.D lighting throughout Back-to-base security system Video intercom system Instantaneous gas hot water (new) Powder room Separate laundry Oversized double lock up garage with a workshop area and dry under house storage Good off street visitor parking Close to some of Canberra's finest private and public schools Walking distance to the Yarralumla and Deakin cafe and restaurant precincts Easy access to the Parliamentary Triangle and Civic The complex was externally repainted in December 2018
Owners' Comment: We have greatly enjoyed living in this townhouse in Yarralumla. It is very spacious and with four balconies and great views we have been able to enjoy an outdoor lifestyle of bbq's in the warm weather.
An important factor for us living here has been the accessibility of both the closeness to the city for work, a ten minute drive and as we travel extensively, the airport is a ten minute drive in the other direction.
On the leisure front, the bush trail around Red Hill is an absolute delight and walking fifteen minutes to the Lake while picking up a coffee on the way at the Yarralumla village has made our stay here a rewarding and relaxing time.
We are very sad to be leaving, but our circumstances have changed and we are going to greatly miss the attraction of this quiet retreat.
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