EXTENDED ICONIC FAMILY HOME RETAINS IT 1950'S CHARM
With Double Brick Construction, High Ceilings and Timber Floors
This home has style and grace and is set in the middle of a mature garden on a large block. The added benefits include sunny, light-filled rooms, the thoughtful manner in which the owners have maintained its appearance. Two extensions have been made over years which ensured a high level of comfort especially with the large northerly orientated main bedroom/sitting room and ensuite.
An extended family would love this configuration and the large work room or studio at the rear of the home. The mature trees along the rear boundary provide wonderful shaded areas for outdoor living on well established lawns and the large timber deck. This area is quiet and private with filtered views across parts of the suburb.
The location is one where there is ease of access to local primary, secondary or private schools plus the Deakin and Yarralumla shopping centres and bus transport.
It is close to the Embassy, Parliamentary and hospital Precincts and a brief journey to the CBD.
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