Keen to upgrade but can't bear the thought of leaving Kaleen? Try this glam option

Keen to upgrade but can't bear the thought of leaving Kaleen? Try this glam option

The single-level, four-bedroom home at 23 Terewah Circuit, Kaleen, has been custom-built for low-maintenance family living that will stand the test of time.

From its striking Wee Jasper Bluestone facade to its designer kitchen, Luton Properties licensed agent Adrian Giampietro says buyers won't find anything else like this in Kaleen, unless they start with a new build from scratch.


“With the cost of buying a block of land and building a home like this today, it’d be very, very difficult to do and to get it to that beautiful high level of finishes and inclusions,” Adrian says.

The home’s sprawling single-level floor plan spans three separate living areas (not counting the outdoor alfresco area) so everyone can find their own space and do their own thing.


“We’ve had a couple of busy open homes here and it felt like the home still had space for more people, so it would definitely make a good family home for people with multiple kids,” Adrian says.

“It would even suit multi-generational living. It’s all one level, has no stairs and is completely flat, so you could have your grandparents stay here and be completely comfortable.”

Adrian says the design has been made possible by the wider and more private blocks which distinguish Kaleen from the neighbouring Gungahlin district.


But it’s the jaw-dropping designer kitchen with Caesarstone, Silestone and timber finishes that takes the top spot on his list of favourite features.

An imposing 40mm stone island benchtop takes centre stage in the kitchen, flanked by an integrated dishwasher, walk-in pantry and lots of storage.

Engineered timber flooring and 2.55m ceilings connect the kitchen to the adjacent open-plan living and dining area, which features a built-in entertainment unit and integrated ceiling sound system.


Take a few more steps outside and you’ll find yourself on a covered, tiled alfresco area overlooking a low-maintenance yard with landscaped hedges and trees, and a large grassed area.

Outdoor entertaining is made easy by a ceiling fan, downlights, integrated speakers and an in-built kitchenette featuring a gas barbecue, sink, stone bench and cabinetry.

“You’ve got that beautiful northerly aspect there, so it’s nice in the winter and you won’t feel too cold out there on a sunny day in Canberra,” Adrian says.

“Because it’s actually covered and built properly as part of the home construction, it’s not going to get too hot in the summer either.”


Two more indoor entertaining areas, including a spacious lounge, a dedicated theatre room, and a study, are positioned at the front of the home.

The north-facing theatre room features a built-in entertainment unit, ceiling sound system and custom heavy curtains and blinds that place the room in complete darkness – perfect for recreating the cinema experience.

Four spacious bedrooms on the opposite side of the home are kept warm during winter by full reverse-cycle air conditioning, which extends throughout the entire house.


The master suite features a walk-in robe and ensuite, while the remaining three bedrooms have built-in robes and are close to the home’s main bathroom and powder room.

An oversized garage has room for two cars, and the property is a short distance from Westfield Belconnen, the Northside Hospital, University of Canberra and GIO Stadium.

The property goes to auction at 2pm on Saturday 15 July 2023.

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Article originally written and published by The Riotact.

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