Designed for the modern day family who value a convenient lifestyle, this 3 bedroom ensuite, double garage terrace home offers 171m2 of internal living and is perfectly positioned across the road from the Canberra Centre.
Dubbed the 'Judd Terrace', after Nathan Judd Architects, opportunities such as this are few and far between. Pushing the boundaries of the conventional terrace home, the Judd Terrace adopts a north/south orientation, allowing natural light and air to flow through the terrace. This eliminates the stuffy, mouldy smells that can often come from high density living.
All 3 bedrooms are positioned away from the kitchen/living/dining area which gives added privacy to all members of the family. Friday night movie nights are sorted with the level 2 rumpus room, offering a convenient alternative to the informal living areas overlooked by the kitchen.
A familiar lifestyle benefit of owning a terrace home is the luxury to lock and up leave. Travel the world or around Australia for 6 months without the constant maintenance of a freestanding home.
The inclusion level is as expected for a terrace of this quality - ducted heating and cooling throughout, double glazed windows throughout, Smeg kitchen appliances including wall hung ovens and induction cooking, private double garage with internal access and a low maintenance entertaining terrace.
Unlikely to ever be repeated, this really is a unique opportunity to secure arguably the closest family home to Canberra City.
171m2 of internal living
37m2 double lock garage
North facing aspect to all floors
Cross flow ventilation
Commercially adaptable - opportunity to run a business
Double glazed windows throughout
Ducted heating & cooling
Two living spaces
50 metres from Canberra City
Adjacent to the historic Northbourne Oval
Currently under construction by renowned Construction Control
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