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32/3 Howitt Street, Kingston ACT 2604


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Nestled within the esteemed enclave of 'Pinoak Place' in Kingston, this residence embodies the epitome of modernist elegance and timeless allure. Residents of this boutique complex, comprising just 17 units, indulge in the rarity of its offerings, patiently awaiting the opportunity to claim their slice of Canberra's modernist legacy. It is positioned on leafy Howitt Street which is arguably Canberra's prettiest apartment street due to its large Pinoak Trees which line either side. Howitt Street is situated in a fantastic spot as its halfway between the Kingston Shops and the Kingston Foreshore, making it walking distance to both as well as Lake Burley Griffin, the Parliamentary Triangle and Manuka.

Stepping inside the property exudes sophistication and charm and the home seamlessly marries mid-century design principles with contemporary comforts. Floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights bathe the interior in natural light, showcasing the seamless flow of sectional geometry from front to back. The result is a space that effortlessly balances form and function, offering a contemporary yet functional living experience. Each element of this residence, from the renovated kitchen with integrated cabinetry to the private balconies off each generous bedroom, has been thoughtfully curated to enhance both aesthetics and practicality.

Outside, meticulously landscaped gardens and private entrances beckon residents to unwind amidst the tranquil surroundings. The property has light on three sides and the windows that all have different aspects frame the stunning leafy views from each of the rooms. The balcony and living room look straight into the Pinoak trees, whilst the back balconies have views over the gardens and the Birch trees. When you step inside, you immediately feel at peace and away from the hustle and bustle that is so close, but yet you are so separated from.

- Highly sought-after development of 17
- Arguably Kingston's best tree lined street
- Corner position with floor to ceiling windows and flooded with natural light
- Private stair access which adds to a townhouse like feel
- Large balcony with views into the Pinoak trees
- Stunning unique renovation
- Large bedrooms each with a private balcony and built in robes
- European laundry
- Reverse cycle split system heating/cooling and ceiling fans
- Spacious, landscaped and immaculately maintained sunny gardens with lawn
- Individual lockup garage

Figure Summary (All approx.)
- Body Corporate: $1,365.78 p.q.
- General Rates: $640 p.q.
- Water and Sewage: $185 p.q.
- Land Tax (if rented): $894 p.q.
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Block 17 Section 22 Kingston
Legal description: CANB/KING/22/17
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What's nearby

Telopea Primary SchoolPrimary School
Telopea High SchoolHigh School
The Canberra HospitalHospital
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Aust. Federal Police CollCollege
Kingston Post OfficePost Office
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe

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Property History
16 Aug 2007
Blackshaw Manuka
Contract: 16/08/2007
Listed: 16/07/2007
Days on market: 31
Transfer type: Full transfer

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Listing ID: 182494617. This listing has been viewed 2287 times. It was first displayed on 03/05/2024 and last updated on 24/05/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
"With open hearts and minds, together we grow." artwork by David Williams of Gilimbaa.