Thursday Architecture's latest masterstroke, clean lines, effortless grandeur and Hopetoun Street's newest arrival. Old charm meets modern luxury at number 87, with a list of quality inclusions as long as the driveway.
What we see:
Yarralumla, a suburb as rich in history as it is in quality homes. A suburb that truly speaks for itself, you will be buying into history, not just a street.
- Brand new residence - Architecturally designed by Thursday Architecture - True north facing - Multiple formal and informal living areas - Timber flooring to ground floor - Wool carpets throughout upper floor - Luxurious 2.7m ground floor ceilings - Large gourmet kitchen featuring 40mm stone bench tops with waterfall edge and a WIP - Appliances includes 900mm induction cooktop, pyrolytic oven and an integrated dishwasher - Ground floor master bedroom includes en-suite and WIR - Two additional bedrooms with BIRs - Optional fourth bedroom - Under-floor heating to bathrooms - Separate ground floor powder room - Ducted zoned heating and cooling - Double glazed windows and sliding doors throughout - 3.3 KW solar system - 2000L water tank - Fully landscaped garden with irrigation - Construction completion late 2020 - Less than 2 minutes walk to the local Yarralumla shops - Less than 5 minutes walk to Yarralumla Primary School - Less than 10 minutes to the City
Total Living: 228m² Upper Living: 77m² Ground Living: 151m²
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