#soldbyholly $550 000
An iconic Canberra development designed by the renowned architect Harry Seidler, the Campbell Group Housing is a wonderful example of the
golden age of experimental design modernism. An example of post-war international style, exemplifying the hope of the mid-century when small was beautiful and design had an uncomplicated fresh aesthetic.
I never get tired of mid-century homes! I love them for their clever design, their orientation, natural sunlight and airflow, and the idea each space has a purpose. I love the way they make you feel!
This wonderful modernist design delivers light-filled open plan living spaces seamlessly flowing on three levels. Non-pretentious and understated from the outside, the mid-century design focuses on form and function. Flooded with natural light, gorgeous floor to ceiling glass and connectivity to the outdoors, you will be amazed by the openness. Cubiform with a central staircase, curtain wall and large sheets of glass, the stunning design elements have stood the test of time offering a contemporary, functional and exciting home. The townhouse features floor to ceiling windows, glass door to courtyard, mezzanine floor, double-height living area and fully landscaped rear courtyard.
.the Campbell Group Housing (Blamey Heights) comprises a group of 42 apartments and 32 attached houses in nine buildings
.lovely surrounds – the Campbell Group Housing is the most effectively laid-out and most intact of Seidler’s major medium density residential projects in Canberra, mature trees on and around the site add to the aesthetic quality of the group
.flowing open plan design over three levels
.total living area 65m2 approx, courtyard 37m2 approx.
.two bedrooms, walk-in robe and bathroom
.spacious living spaces opening onto a private enclosed courtyard
.modern updated kitchen with Corian bench top and new oven
.front position with leafy views front and back, backing reserve corridor
.undercover parking single carport, storage room off carport
.generous concealed drying room with breezeway bricks and separate laundry
.stroll to local Campbell Shops, C5, easy access to public transport
.a highly desirable and convenient Inner North location, superbly located close to the Parliamentary Triangle, easy access to the City Centre, Lake Burley Griffin and parklands, the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve, Russell Defence Office
The group is a late example of the post-war international style, with its cubiform overall shape, curtain wall and large sheets of glass. They represent one of a small number of medium density housing projects in Canberra designed by Seidler in 1964, built for the ANU in 1968. They are recognised for their architectural significance.
Body Corporate: $2279.96pa (approx.)
Rental: $525 per week
1/71 Blamey Crescent