Block size: 651 m² approx.House size: 246 m² approx.UV: $638,000 (2019)
The complete package
Timeless and iconic in nature yet progressive in its design. This brand new, modern contemporary home embodies the best features of current architecture including clean lines, a sleek façade, large open plan living area, the upmost in functionality and the highest quality of fixtures and fittings. Complimented by a northerly aspect attracting maximum light and fresh air. Featuring designer charcoal ranch block bricks, Australian spotted gum courtyard deck, Thors Hammer recycled timber cladding, Hydronic under floor heating, pure wool carpet, Australian blackbutt timber feature breakfast bar and shelving in the butler’s pantry, bronzed mirror splashback, Blum soft close drawers and doors on all cabinetry, heated towel rails, ceiling fans and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Every detail is in the design, with an abundance of storage, 10 metre glass north facing wall, king-sized master suite and much appreciated privacy from the neighbours. With a list of features too long to include in this advertisement. This fabulous home is sure to fulfill both your practical and expressive requirements. A must inspect.
* Inside / outside living, with an expansive deck between the two living areas * Double glazed windows throughout * Additional study room with storage * Garden designed around minimal upkeep * Honed block retaining wall, core filled, designed to last * Moments to Fyshwick Markets, parks and ovals, bus stop, Capital golf course, Griffith and Manuka shops * In zone for Red Hill Primary, Telopea Park, Narrabundah College and close to St Benedicts, Grammar, St Clare’s and St Edmunds
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This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.