#soldbyholly $1 250 000
When we talk about what is fundamental in a home we consider the necessary design elements that are of central importance for our personal experience of living.
The way the kitchen connects with the family areas, the break out spaces for flexible living, beautiful interiors, light and a design that allows you to work from home are fundamental for us all.
Social interaction and the search for a sense of well being is hardwired into us all. Our desire for communal interaction needs to be balanced with the choice for personal space.
The fundamental design elements of 23 Fairbridge Crescent Ainslie gives thoughtful consideration to how our family structures, technology and patterns of work and living are shifting.
The home will keep you comfortable, healthy and happy, your state of wellbeing is paramount.
Passive house features ensure the home retains a consistent temperature all year round, warm in winter and cool in the heat of summer.
The premium position in Ainslie on a leafy tree lined street supports healthy lifestyles, walking to school, riding to work, and being part of a local community.
The central open living areas and connectedness to outdoor entertaining areas influences positive social interactions for families whilst the separate bedroom wing and front lounge provides choice for individual space.
.newly constructed passive home, built June 2017
.adapted Renaissance Building design five bedroom home
.large block with generous backyard
.very quiet street
.build of exceptional quality – house nominated for design/build awards
.300m2 approx. living (including garage and alfresco/deck area)
.built to Passive House design principles
.beautiful entertainer’s kitchen with stone benches, soft close drawers, butler’s kitchen and walk-in pantry
.generous main bedroom suite with BIR and generous ensuite with double shower, window with outlook to garden
.flowing interiors, open-plan living, separate front lounge room, Foyer access to study/office
.generously sized double glazed windows throughout, triple glazed in bedrooms
.premium and luxurious Italian porcelain tiled floors throughout living areas, carpeted bedrooms
.north Aspect to living area with large floor to ceiling windows, high ceilings throughout
.generous storage and BIR in all bedrooms
.dual block out and sunshade blinds in living areas with curtains in bedrooms
.large easy glide sliding glass door to steel framed Australian hardwood decking, large 8x4m covered entertaining area under roofline
.zoned in slab hydronic heating
.designer DC fans throughout, LED lighting throughout
.full internal wiring for wall mounted televisions and speaker systems
.2.5 car garage with internal and rear yard access,large backyard wtih greenhouse, hard stand and shed
.5000litre small profile water tank
.tree lined street, fantastic ultra convenient inner north location, at the epicentre of Dickson, Ainslie and Braddon only minutes from shops, cafes, North Ainslie Primary school, public transport, parks and ovals
Passive House features
.PVC German design double and triple-glazed ‘lift and slide’ doors and ’tilt and turn’ windows
.construction method has no thermal bridges
.large thermal mass catchment zones for winter heating, boosted by zoned hydronic heating
.additional perimeter, under slab, wall and roof insulation
.widened eaves to protect from summer sun
.very quiet – double/triple glazing, extra insulation, quiet street, no mechanical noise from heating/cooling systems
Land Size 738m2
Living Size 215m2
Land Value $554,000
Land Rates $3448 (approx.)
23 Fairbridge Crescent