Located at one of the highest points Garran and Canberra has to offer, backing Red Hill Reserve and capturing unrivalled views towards the Brindabellas, lies this structurally unique and impressive, architecturally built home. The Dutch inspired midcentury construction features exposed beams, polished wood flooring, high ceilings and a vast, iconic fireplace which the home has been built around.
An expansive floorplan with enormous living spaces offers room for a large family to live comfortably while having guests stay and regularly entertaining visitors. A split-level design intelligently separates the substantial spaces with the sunken lounge undoubtedly the feature room of the home. Enjoying the green outlook above the treetops and Brindabellas as a scenic backdrop, it is easily imagined benefiting from the warmth of the fireplace on a winters day while watching snow gather on top of the mountains.
An additional family room is elevated to the northern corner of the home capturing the outstanding views once again and comforted by a split system air conditioner. This has previously provided an outstanding home office and library area, but is easily imagined as a formal lounge area or billiards room. A formal dining room was added to also enjoy the views while indulging in a meal and seamlessly flows onto the front deck where you overlook the private front garden.
It is of no surprise the kitchen is of excellent proportions, separated from the living spaces and bathed in greenery through the large double glazed, landscape window which spans the length of the kitchen. With ample cupboards, bench space and natural light, preparing meals is sure to an experience sought after opposed to despised and it is made even easier with electric cooktop, oven and a dishwasher.
The living quarters of the home is again intelligently separated with a hallway leading to the spacious and timelessly updated main bathroom, three bedrooms and the main bedroom retreat. All of the bedrooms are of exceptionally large proportions and include built in robes, while bedroom three also enjoys an ensuite.
The enormous main bedroom is sure to be appreciated, offering parents a north facing retreat to be enjoyed both at the beginning and end of a long day. Providing a large ensuite inclusive of raised spa bath, separate shower and large vanity, the room is comforted by both a split system A/C and also electric wall heaters but the private north easterly deck engulfed with greenery and morning sun is by far the feature.
The impressive and established back gardens are home to wild strawberry ground cover, plum trees and plenty of native birdlife, navigated by stone steps you work your way through the hedges and separate landings to direct access onto Red Hill Reserve. A double garage with remote access is inclusive of additional storage space and workshop, ensure all the tools and toys needed can be securely kept.
A coveted suburb location for excellent public school catchment areas, the highly reputable Garran Primary School, Alfred Deakin High School and Canberra College provide children an excellent educational pathway. While Canberra Grammar School is easily accessible through Red Hill Reserve. The close proximity to the ever expanding Canberra Hospital, Woden Town Center, public transport and arterials north and south
A location desired by many but tightly held for decades, to be awarded a 1300m2 block of land with unparalleled views and backing reserve in the heights of Canberra, it does not need to be emphasized that opportunities like this do not arise often. Register your interest today to ensure you do not miss your chance to secure one the best South Canberra offerings in recent times.
Block Size: 1300m2
House Size: 318m2 (approx.)
Year of Construction: 1976
General Rates: $1,772 p/qtr (approx.)
Land Tax (investors): $3,405 p/qtr (approx.)
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