#soldbyholly $617 000
I know you’re not meant to have favourites, we are meant to love all our children equally, all our homes are equally beautiful, and all our clients are our best people!
It might be a little cheeky to say, 3/18 Macleay Street Turner may just be a little more favoured, slightly more preferred and definitely on the favourites list!
The location is nothing but spectacular! Residing between the Turner green space corridors, Braddon and the city the home is undoubtedly in a favoured position. A quick skip in every direction connects you with the thriving inner city precincts. suburban centres and the CBD.
The lifestyle is ideal. In the heart of our city’s urban renewal precinct the home is positioned to activate a healthy lifestyle supporting work, play and city living. With direct access to the light rail, the cosmopolitan eateries and shops of the Braddon Precinct, close proximity to the renewed and valued green spaces of Haig park and moments from the exciting metropolis taking shape along the Northbourne corridor, a cosmopolitan lifestyle awaits.
The interiors are beautiful. A generous two-bedroom, two-bathroom, light filled ground floor apartment is a place to call home. Full expanses of glass connects the light filled and spacious interior aesthetic with the beauty of the established courtyards and leafy suburb. The natural allure of stone and timber detailing creates sophisticated and luxurious interiors, high ceilings and open spaces deliver comfortable stylish living.
The garden is an unexpected surprise. A curated and established green haven is tucked away in a city context. The indoor outdoor connection maximises the efficient footprint of the home, offering north facing sunny winter pockets and shady summer alfresco.
The people are special. Community ties are strong with local clubs and centres close by, the German Australian Playschool at the Turner Scout Hall, the Polish Club, Alliance Francaise de Canberra, Turner Bowling Club and O’Connor shops.
Sometimes it’s hard not to play favourites.
.spacious 108m2 ground floor apartment
.lovely north/east aspect
.boutique complex of eight
.beautiful light-filled interiors
.modern kitchen with glass splashbacks, electric cooking, stone benchtops and dishwasher
.open plan living room with reverse-cycle system
.first bedroom with built-in robe, reverse-cycle system, Noirot heater and ensuite
.second bedroom with sliding door to the courtyard, ceiling fan and Noirot heater
.energy efficient LED lighting
.large separate laundry
.generous central hallway
.quality linen curtains, new carpets, timber and tiled floors to the living spaces
.external awnings to keep the home cool in summer
.very peaceful location with no shared walls
.glorious 38m2 courtyard with tiled alfresco area plus a second 13m2 courtyard off the second bedroom
.ideally located at the city end of Turner for an active and convenient inner-city lifestyle
.short walk to the nearest light rail stop
.the location so close to Haig Park and the Braddon Precinct is a coveted position that will continue to be sought after as the rejuvenation of the inner precincts are rolled out
.new floors installed 7th November in the living, dining and hallway
.Haig Park is a heritage-listed park in the heart of Canberra’s City Centre. The ACT Government has developed a place plan for Haig Park that sets out a long-term vision for the park and suggested short-term actions to make it more inviting and usable while maintaining its heritage value
.living 108 m2 (approx.)
.combined courtyard area 51m2 (approx.)
.land rates $2263.31 pa (approx.)
.strata $5803.32 pa (approx.)
.built 2009 (approx.)
3/18 Macleay Street