Townhouse size: 125 m² approx.UV: $1,710,000 (2019)
Stand out instead of blending in - stunning north facing townhouse in the heart of Turner
85 Macleay St brings a new level of style & sophistication to the highly sought after Inner North. Crafted by renowned Canberra developer A+ Projects based on design by Peter Byfield this contemporary townhouse makes a statement against its leafy backdrop, at ease with its surroundings.
This home provides the perfect balance of lifestyle & location, adjacent to Canberras CBD, just moments from the Light Rail & the bustling Braddon precinct, yet very peaceful & private. On the weekends take a short stroll to the O'Connor shops, have a drink or impromptu dinner at the Duxton or fish & chips at Flatheads. There are many other speciality shops including a florist, coffee shop, Thai restaurant & chemist providing you with everything you need.
Number 85 is part of a small boutique development. The level of detail in the design is reflected in its stunning angular exterior, there are no other developments in Turner like this. Number 85 has one of the best positions in the complex, located off Macleay St, it sits just around the corner & faces onto a small walkway between Macleay & David St, just moments from the Turner Primary School.
Perfectly designed to make the most of its northern aspect, the living areas & main bedroom upstairs all have large windows that allow the natural light to stream in throughout the day. The spacious open plan design of the ground floor provides you with a large front lounge area, study nook, dining room, stunning kitchen & a private courtyard.
The detail of design in the kitchen is echoed throughout the rest of the home from the gorgeous marble benchtops, rendered cabinetry & high-end Miele appliances, including a large induction cooktop & carefully selected tiles & floorcoverings. Every space in this 2-storey home is generously layered with quality finishes that demonstrate the richness of character, depth & sophistication.
The feeling of space continues upstairs where you have 3 generously sized bedrooms, all with built in robes. Main bathroom has a luxuriously deep bath & separate shower. Three designer tile choices are combined to create something really stunning, & the LED lighting under the cabinetry leaves you with a real sense of luxury.
This is not your standard townhouse & it never will be - its beauty will withstand the test of time. If sophistication & style is what you are after then you have found it here at 85 Macleay St Turner.
-Sophisticated townhouse in quiet development -Close to the ANU, CBD & Braddon precinct -50 meters to Turner Primary School -3 generously sized bedrooms -Ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning -Double glazed windows -Extra large Miele induction cooktop -Main bedroom with stylish ensuite and seperate balcony -Convenient space saving study nook -Tennis Club and RUC 800 meters away -Short stroll to O'Connor shops
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