A brand-new dream home built by Habitat Constructions has seen interest by close to 200 people ahead of its auction on 1 May 2021.
The four-bedroom property at 109 Hopetoun Circuit in Yarralumla is listed with Bastion Property Group – Fyshwick’s Theo Koutsikamanis, who says that in his 11 years of selling property, he has never seen a home of such high calibre spread across one level.
“A property of this size and across one level is unlike anything else I have ever seen, especially in the South,” said Mr Koutsikamanis.
There is a lot to love about this home – with a key highlight being the open-plan kitchen, living and dining room which extends out across the all-weather outdoor entertainment area.
Designed by award-winning Canberran designers Adam Hobill, every angle of the property leaves a lasting impression. It includes a state-of-the-art kitchen, a dining area next to a gas fireplace, an outdoor seating area, heated magnesium pool that runs on solar, and an outdoor firepit.
Clearly designed to be an entertainer’s home, the kitchen features a long island bench and quick access to a butlers pantry.
If the indoor kitchen wasn’t enough, the outdoor barbecue area also provides for the perfect place to entertain in rail, hail or shine.
Mr Koutsikamanis said there has been a lot of interest from builders, who are inspired by the design, inclusions and finishes of the ultra-modern property.
The three-bedrooms all feature built-in wardrobes and are incredibly spacious with high ceilings and garden views. The segregated main bedroom is every parent’s dream, with a huge ensuite and walk-in-wardrobe to accompany access to the manicured garden.
There are multiple living areas, both inside and outside, and are accommodated by a ventilation system that keeps the house the same temperature all year round.
There is an attic which provides for additional storage space, and a children's retreat. There is also a home office, gallery and garage with direct entry to the property.
The Yarralumla property was last bought in 2017 for $1.45 million.
According to Mr Koutsikamanis, the vendor has decided to sell in order to be closer to family who reside north of the bridge.
By Evangeline Maguire