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You know when you see a 'pink' buy.me sign out the front of a home, it means only one thing, within lies a beautiful home. A home that is loved, that feels good; a home that prides in its ease of liveability and holds wonderful and cherished memories.
You'll be tickled pink, no rose coloured glasses on here, just hues of pink home.byholly, 126.blamey is synonymous with pink!
Ideally located in the heart of Campbell, close to the green spaces and the significant monuments of Anzac Parade, this architecturally designed townhouse is set over two floors and opens to north facing courtyard. Great living spaces both inside and out, a four-car garage and lots of storage, set 126. blamey apart. The luxuriousness of materials, thoughtful floor plan and perfect orientation enhances the lived experience, delivering a calm and connected retreat, a hairbreadth from the bustling city.
Part of an intimate complex and set within leafy gardens, 126.Blamey, is street facing with striking façade of white rendered brick, soft blue weatherboard and the bold form of overhung roof. Raw brick garden walls create privacy and add textural and tonal contrast within the soft foliage of fruit trees.
Honeyed floorboards stretch underfoot within the open living, kitchen and dining contrasting with crisp white walls. Full length glazing reflects the north facing courtyard, welcoming the outside in and filling the space with light.
The minimal, modern kitchen, features ample storage and stainless-steel appliances. A striking black island bench with white stone top, provides a generous space for the home chef with a sunny view to the courtyard.
A separate living spacee enjoys a lovely connection to landscape via the oversized corner window and offers an extra space to relax or socialise.
The master bedroom with ensuite and custom walk-in-robe, completes the ground floor. A large window frames leafy views, drenching the room with natural light.
Upstairs, a couplet of bedrooms for children or guests, with outlooks across treetops, centre around a family bathroom with bathtub, and there is also a versatile study nook.
Both bathrooms share a continuity of design and calming neutral palette of white on white, contrasting with dynamic black, ceramic tiling.
The spacious courtyard, shaded by a tall pergola with motorised louvered roof and blinds, benefits from all day sunlight, perfect for alfresco dining. This is a lovely, private space to unwind, soak up the sunlight, enjoying time with family and friends, beneath the never-ending, blue Campbell skies.
Other notable features include double glazed windows, a passive heating/cooling ventilation system and separate water closet downstairs alongside an internal laundry. And a whopping four car garage, with internal access and generous basement storage.
.unique and private split-level townhouse in central Campbell
.generous, north-west facing private courtyard with external access
.open family/dining area with sliding doors out to courtyard
.galley style kitchen with stone bench-tops, double central sink area, pantry and ample cabinetry
.four burner gas cooktop, oven, range-hood and dishwasher
.second front living area with corner glass window
.master bedroom with east aspect, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom
.two upstairs bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and carpeting
.main bathroom with separate bath tub and shower and separate water closet
.study nook upstairs
.additional linen cupboard
.separate laundry room and additional water closet
.ducted inverter heating/cooling
.passive heating/cooling ventilation system
.continuous gas hot water system
.secure basement parking with four spaces
.additional storage rooms in basement
Fine details (all approx.):
Living size: 143 m2
Courtyard size: 68 m2
Basement/garage size: 78 m2
Rates: $3,001.06 pa
Body corporate: $902.60 pq
Sinking fund: $620.92 pq
Land tax: $4,710 pa
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. Shouldering Anzac Parade, War Memorial, Defence Academies, Lake Burly Griffin, 1.blamey, is also close to local tennis courts and green spaces. 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.
The Townhouse at 1/126 Blamey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612 has been sold 1 time before, with the most recent sale being for $835,000 on 11 April 2015.
|Sold Date||Price||Sale Type|
1/126 Blamey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612 has 30 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Campbell Primary.
|0.34 km||Campbell Primary||Chauvel Street, Campbell|
|0.60 km||St Thomas More's Primary||White Crescent, Campbell|
|0.77 km||Canberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campus||Blamey Crescent, Campbell|
|1.49 km||Campbell High||Treloar Crescent, Campbell|
|2.22 km||Ainslie School||Donaldson Street, Braddon|
|3.04 km||Merici College||Wise Street, Braddon|
|3.04 km||Telopea Park School||New South Wales Crescent, Barton|
|3.60 km||Forrest Primary||National Circuit, Forrest|
|3.64 km||St Edmund's College||Canberra Avenue, Griffith|
|3.71 km||St Clare's College||McMillan Crescent, Griffith|
1/126 Blamey Crescent is located within the suburb of Campbell, which has a population of 4,997, a median age of 28 and an average household density of 2.5 people.