#soldbyholly $1 520 000
Reinvention, a noun that states the process through which something is changed so much it appears to be entirely new. Not only does this apply to this beautifully presented property but also to how you live! So close to the city and Braddon a car is optional, but there is parking for two. Reinvention doesn’t stop there, the recently completed, ongoing and planned reinvention of so much of the urban environment in the inner north precinct is nothing short of exciting.
A home reinvented. Giving new meaning to an existing Ainslie red brick and tile home, the reinvention of the howe.home provides a contemporary dwelling and cosmopolitan lifestyle in an established suburban setting, so close to the Canberra Centre, the lake, restaurants of Braddon and Defence precinct.
Comprising of an extensively renovated 1950’s brick cottage, cleverly linked to a modern energy efficient extension comprising of an exquisite gourmet kitchen and flexible open living spaces that flow seamlessly out to an expansive deck and entertainer’s outdoor kitchen.
The howe.home feels entirely new. The extensive renovation strikes a balance between the practical and the aesthetically beautiful, providing a warm and efficient footprint integrating functionality within the context of modern living. The property also has flexible off-street parking for two plus an additional two spaces for boats, caravans, or teens cars all within the gates.
Located in an exclusive city enclave adjoining Alt Crescent Heritage Precinct, the fully refurbished property offers a four bedroom, two bath home with an expansive 785sq metre beautifully landscaped allotment. The elegant home is full of character and showcases rich, high-end finishes, luxe materials, design-forward details, and quality craftsmanship throughout.
Canberra is undergoing a reinvention right before our eyes, fast-changing and evolving to meet the needs and demands of our growing city, Canberra is on the move. The Ainslie Avenue corridor is under significant renewal enhancing the link between Mt Ainslie and the city and from there the city to the lake. Understandably the location of howe.home is fast becoming one of the most coveted positions in the Inner North.
.meticulously presented and refurbished ‘Canberra red brick and tile’ home
.executive style fully refurbished family home, living area 205 Approx
.connected living spaces provide seamless indoor-outdoor flow from the central kitchen and family room to the generous entertaining area
.gourmet kitchen – stone benchtops, double oven, integrated fridge and dishwasher, Smeg appliances
.generous open plan living room – lounge and dining with ambient feature gas fireplace
.separate family room – media/rumpus/multiuse space
.custom joinery in the living area featuring media unit and display shelving
.main bedroom with WIR, en-suite and ambient feature gas fireplace
.three bedrooms at the front all with BIR
.solid grey ironbark timber flooring throughout
.full length double glazed stacking doors open to large entertaining deck
.ceiling fans and ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling, compliment the ambient gas fireplaces
.laundry with 2 linen cupboards
.bathroom with separate WC
.a boot room provides convenient access to double carport and provides plenty of space for shoes and coats, a cupboard for bulky goods storage for kitchen
.all windows in new extension double glazed
.latest tech solar hot water tube system
.new terracotta roof tiles over the old and new extension
.outdoor alfresco decking with built-in outdoor kitchen
.manicured garden, fully landscaped, wifi/smart watering system
.utility area, vegetable garden and garden shed
.automatic gates for convenient vehicle access to carport
.additional parking spaces for boats, caravans or teenagers cars
.meticulous condition and presentation
.close proximity to Ainslie primary school and Campbell high school
.City end of Ainslie with direct access to city centre via Ainslie Avenue
.premium city location – transformation and renewal of the city centre, rejuvenation of Haig Park, redevelopment of Northbourne Avenue and creation of new urban centres including CSIRO redevelopment
Land size: 785sqm
UV: $ 766,000
Land rates: $4581 pa
7 Howe Crescent