There is no other word than 'love' that can be used to describe a red brick Canberra duplex.
I know I have said it before, and here I am saying it again!
My affection and love for Canberra duplexes is no secret and I am sure my delight to have another beautiful two storey 1950's duplex is obvious.
I love the welcoming front façade, the red brick porch shaded by wisteria and lovely timber details throughout. The modernised interiors enhance the living, flowing inside and out through large windows and glass doors connecting to wonderful entertaining spaces and low maintenance gardens.
Efficiency of space, vaulted stairwell with sky windows, light spilling in from the view looking through front to back, and modern renovations play on contemporary urban dwelling.
The location is the drawcard, a cosmopolitan lifestyle awaits, with accessibility to new and rejuvenated precincts and city renewal projects. A first Inner North home or sound property investment, a home to start you off or see your through, the potential is exciting.
The brilliant position close to C5, the lake, Mt Ainslie, the local Campbell shops and the City makes this duplex the perfect pad to base yourself within the Inner North.
.charming three bedroom duplex .fantastic location in Campbell .renovated and immaculate condition throughout .modern white kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and a dishwasher .hydronic heating downstairs, gas fire place, two split systems and ceiling fan .three bedrooms all with built-in robes .main bathroom with spacious shower and separate downstairs toilet .quality window treatments .beautiful timber floors throughout the downstairs .lovely low maintenance front and rear gardens with artificial turf .rear garden shed .two car accommodation
EER 2.5 Living size 113 m2 (approx.) Land Size 408 m2 Land value $640,000 land rates $4071 pa (approx.) Built 1959
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