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"Blue Dome is a Canberra Icon"
It is only once in a blue moon that a Canberra icon like this comes on the market. Perfectly positioned across the road from leafy Telopea Park and just moments away from Lake Burley Griffin, Parliament House, the National Gallery, the Kingston Foreshore, Manuka and Kingston Shops, this spacious townhouse is as rare as hens' teeth.
Designed by the highly regarded Bryan Dowling, the 'Blue Dome' is renowned for their solid construction, unique blue skylights, an abundance of living areas and soaring ceilings. Stepping inside you will be taken aback by the natural light which floods each room, the greenery that is captured through floor to ceiling windows facing towards Gosse Street and the serenity that comes with having your own separately titled townhouse with only one common wall.
An expanse of parquetry floors covers the carefully laid out floorplan on the lower level which is highlighted by a spacious living area with direct access onto the northerly facing courtyard, separate formal dining area and a kitchen that has a lovely view of the rear courtyard.
In the middle of the property the large 'Blue Dome' skylight captures all day sun above the feature staircase which takes you to the second level. Here you will find a segregated master suite with walk in wardrobe, ensuite and balcony which provides both privacy and views across towards Lake Burley Griffin. The two rear bedrooms are both generously sized and both have built-in wardrobes. There is also a study area which is looks down through the void into the living area.
A garden home, which features not just one but two generously sized courtyards. One which makes for a fantastic area to entertain friends whilst enjoying the afternoon sun and is tucked away at the rear of the property. Having two courtyards sets a grand entry but also provides a sense of space and the ability to have beautiful cross ventilation in the summer.
Due to its garden feel but lack of continual maintenance and its Kingston locale it would be great for downsizers or a professional couple looking for a lock up and leave lifestyle.
- Fantastic location across the road from Telopea Park and walking distance to Lake Burley Griffin, Manuka, the Parliamentary Triangle, Kingston Shops, Kingston Foreshore and the Realm Precinct.
- Flooded with natural light
- Spacious and well thought-out with approximately 162m2 of internal living
- Single garage
- Separate laundry and downstairs powder room
- Two great courtyards for entertaining
- Separate title
- Solid brick walls and concrete suspended slabs - great for both thermal and noise insulation
$1,490,000 - 18 Gosse St Kingston (9/4/16)
$1,385,000 - 2 Gosse St Kingston (4/3/10)
$1,460,000 - 15/24 Telopea Park Kingston (8/12/17)
$1,450,000 - 13/24 Telopea Park Kingston (13/12/17)
The land value history at 10 Gosse Street KINGSTON, ACT 2604 has has not changed recently, having an unimproved land value of $705,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 10 Gosse Street.
10 Gosse Street KINGSTON, ACT 2604 has 25 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Telopea Park School.
|0.61 km||Telopea Park School||New South Wales Crescent, Barton|
|1.14 km||St Edmund's College||Canberra Avenue, Griffith|
|1.37 km||St Clare's College||McMillan Crescent, Griffith|
|1.37 km||Forrest Primary||National Circuit, Forrest|
|2.00 km||Narrabundah Early Childhood School||Kootara Crescent, Narrabundah|
|2.44 km||Canberra Girls Grammar School||Melbourne Avenue, Deakin|
|2.50 km||Canberra Grammar School||Monaro Crescent, Red Hill|
|2.52 km||St Benedict's Primary||Tallara Parkway, Narrabundah|
|2.62 km||Canberra Grammar School - Junior school campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
|2.62 km||Canberra Grammar School - Southside - early childhood campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
10 Gosse Street is located within the suburb of Kingston, which has a population of 4,424, a median age of 33 and an average household density of 1.8 people.