Greeted by a bright yellow door, the first impressions of the blamey.home are happy. Inspired liveability, connectedness to nature and sunlight make this home joyful. Light pours into the north facing living, dining area, floorboards flow underfoot and a neutral palette of white on white, add to the wonderful, calming ambience. The large windows blur the boundary between living, dining space and garden. With minimalist vibes, gorgeous proportions and clever floorplan, the home is perfectly attuned to the demands of modern family living, and the much coveted ideal of home as liveable sanctuary.
This three-bedroom, family home, is perfectly located, close to parks, War Memorial, the independent café’s, restaurants and shops of the Campbell precinct and just a stone’s throw from the CBD. Large wooden, picture windows frame garden and painted brick feature wall, along with timber floors, add warmth and texture. Complete with timber detailing, glass panelled windows and doors, blamey.home retains plenty of characterful features and creates a perfect canvas for pops of art, unique stylings. Sensitive modern updates compliment the artful nature of this charming red brick cottage.
The kitchen opens to timber decking, rear garden and features timber cabinetry and a soft green benchtop. Plenty of storage and open display allow for a robust utility, balanced with elegant, curation of loved objects.
Two bedrooms complete the front part of the home. Both offer plenty of built-in storage and centre around a modern family bathroom with timber vanity, tub and lovely sage green, feature tiling.
A large rumpus room provides a versatile second living area and separates the master bedroom from the rest of the house. The quiet, sequestered master is a generous parents retreat, with leafy garden views and renovated ensuite, featuring timber shelving, brass hardware and floor to ceiling tiling.
Mature hedging and established trees enclose and privatise and both front and rear garden are beautifully planted. Soft flat, easy-care lawns, stepped paving and a charming kids cubby house are features of the very private rear garden. Imagine relaxed celebrations with family and friends, enjoying the alfresco dining arena, long summer evenings as the kids play make-believe in the cubby, tumble and chase on the lawns.
Resting at the foot of Mount Ainslie and bordered to the south-east by Mt Pleasant nature reserve, a stone’s throw from Braddon and the CBD – Campbell offers the best of city living and rural retreat. The local Campbell shops, offer a great bakery and café, and the independent businesses at the nearby, Campbell 5, serve up a plethora of eating, dining, shopping experiences. Paranormal Wines and Sissa Sorella clothing boutique, are stand-outs. The home is also close to transport and both primary and high schools. Shouldering Anzac Parade, War Memorial, Defence Academies, Lake Burly Griffin, the distinguished provenance of the blamey.home is assured within the suburb of Campbell.
.charming brick duplex home in the distinguished suburb of Campbell
.entry opening to living space, with timber flooring and views over front gardens
.floor to ceiling windows line the walls from living to dining
.comfortable dining area, with additional floor to ceiling storage
.g-shaped kitchen with an abundance of storage and open shelving and calming rear garden views
.four burner gas cooktop, oven, dishwasher
.spacious and luxurious master bedroom, with large windows, views to the rear garden, walk-in wardrobe, modern ensuite and carpeting
.ensuite with gold accent tap-ware, modern tiling with recessed shelves and additional timber shelving
.rumpus/parents retreat that could be utilised as a home office, with backyard access and spectacular afternoon light
.two additional bedrooms with original floor to ceiling built-in wardrobes
.main bathroom with intricate green finger mosaic tiling with recessed shelf, bathtub with rain shower-head and vanity with storage
.European laundry tucked away in kitchen area
.additional storage in entry
.ceiling fans (living and bedrooms)
.split system inverter heating/cooling
.ducted gas heating
.brick paved entertaining area
.established plantings throughout the gardens
.on theme playhouse
.shed with rear and front access
Fine details (all approx.)
Land size: 524 m2
Build size: 147 m2
Build year: 1965
Rates: $6,138 pa
Land tax: $10,875 pa
UV: $978,000 (2022)
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60 Blamey Crescent