Block size: 450 m² approx.House size: 246 m² approx.UV: $414,000 (2019)
"Industrial Strength" with Comfort, Fun and a whole a lot of FABULOUS
Design integrity and attention to detail.
Constructed by multi award winning builder.
Original one off home.
Heaps of modern features and surprising head space.
Super easy care, well maintained outdoor areas.
A house is not a home without love! When you walk inside this architecturally designed four-bedroom home, you won't be able to help but fall in love with the extraordinary craftsmanship and character within.
As you walk through the entrance and look around you are greeted by a warm and captivating fireplace perfect for those nights in with a glass of red and a good book. When venturing further in you can't miss the exposed roof trusses and feature skylights throughout the home, making you feel a sense of space. This unique feature is truly a point of difference compared to other homes in the area and would definitely be the topic of discussion when entertaining guests.
6 Steve Irwin Avenue provides all the modern luxuries one wants and needs while still allowing its owner to have the warm and homey feel everyone desires. With in-slab heating, ducted evaporative cooling, modern kitchen appliances and spacious living areas the home is designed to suit any purchaser looking to settle down.
The upstairs area of the house has a large bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe as well as a TV/retreat room seperate from the rest of the house allowing you to have your own space when needed.
The property features an attractive contemporary garden that requires very little maintenance and a north facing outdoor terrace with metal pergola.
Within the suburb's close proximity is Charles Weston Primary School, Canberra's major town centres, Molonglo River, the Cotter, Mt Stromlo, and Cooleman Court making this property suited to busy executives and families with diverse social lives.
Key Features • Timber internal doors and trims • Front formal living area with ethanol fireplace • 'Psychedelic' kitchen with steel benches and plywood cabinetry • Open feature staircase leading to parents area with master, ensuite and 'loft' TV room • Separated 'wing' at rear with three bedrooms and bathroom linked to family area through study • Fully automated double-glazed VELUX skylights with blinds to kitchen/meals area • Double garage with internal access to kitchen featuring exposed trusses, ceiling storage. • North facing outdoor terrace with unique metal pergola • Energy efficient hydronic in-slab heating, solar evacuated tube hot water stem and 3000L rainwater tank.
Ground floor: 150.9m2 First floor: 57.7m2 Garage: 38.1m2 Total: 246.7m2
Rates: $2850.71 PA, Land Tax: $4069.80 PA UV: $396,000 EER: 5
This is truly a fantastic opportunity that should not be missed, please call Nick Brearley on 0408 972 287 if you have any questions or would like to schedule an inspection.
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