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118 Vasey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612

Sold - Wednesday 29 June 2022 for $2,010,000
Bed Icon6 Bedrooms
Bath Icon2 Bathrooms
Car Icon2 Parking
Unimproved value:A$1,116,000 (2021-2022)Block size:1324
Bed Icon6 Bedrooms
Bath Icon2 Bathrooms
Car Icon2 Parking

vasey.home

#soldbyholly $2,010,000

Resting on a quiet street, this wonderful family home, has elevated views across to rolling playing fields and mountains. With six bedrooms and multiple indoor and outdoor gathering areas, the home is spacious and flexible enough to accommodate growing needs, across generations. With exceptionally high ceilings, gorgeous period highlights, vasey.home, has the charm of yesteryear, and opens to a sunny patio overlooking beautifully planted gardens.

Mention Campbell and a few things spring to mind - fabulous new developments and associated plethora of independent eateries, cosmopolitan vibe and envious proximity to the CBD. There is also, the quiet tree-lined streets, parklands, endless blue skies, sense of peace and solitude of the bush.

Set within and rising from gentle lawn, magnolias, azaleas, the façade - a combination of blue stone, red brick, stippled render, terracotta roof tiles, timber picture windows - has an elegant 60's aesthetic. Blue stone crazy paving, lead to elevated front terrace, featuring baby blue, wrought iron balustrade.

With large windows and dual aspect, the living room, is blessed by both northerly and westerly light. The original fireplace with mantle and blue stone hearth, is a warm and soulful, focal point. Timber French doors, open to the front terrace, perfect for taking in westerly views of the Brindabella ranges, enjoying a glass or two, watching the sun set.

The formal dining room has a striking feature wall of timber panelling, with inset shelving - perfect for display of artwork, loved pieces, select glassware. The space is large enough to accommodate robust gatherings - think summer evenings, friends and family spilling to rear patio, kids dashing about in the magical garden.

The simple, elegant kitchen incorporates a meals area, ample cupboards all with lovely timber handles, and generous, walk-in pantry.

A wide hallway connects four bedrooms, all centred around a family bathroom and separate toilet. Fresh and spacious, the rooms feature characterful, built-in-cabinetry and vintage pendant lighting.

The northeast corner of the home offers a couplet of bedrooms connected to a second bathroom. The central wall could easily be removed, creating a sun-drenched parental oasis, opening to northern patio and garden.

Progressively sustainable for its time, the home has retrofitted double glazing, original Solahart heating and cooling, and rooftop solar panels.

An enormous variety of perennial planting erupting with seasonal colour, combined with natives and fruit trees, make for a sweeping plot of incredible bounty and biodiversity. Banksia rose draped arbour, spears of orange winter gladioli, Chinese tallow, olive, fig, mulberry, nectarine and lemon trees add to this wonderland of flora and fauna.



Features:
.spectacular and authentic family home in Campbell, on the market for the very first time
.stunning views out to Brindabella Ranges
.sun-filled lounge at the front of the home, with expansive windows, double glass doors to the front verandah, sliding textured glass doors and fireplace
.long family dining with sliding doors to back verandah, textured timber feature wall with cupboard and shelving
.practical kitchen with stove & oven, dishwasher, walk-in pantry, abundant cabinetry and small meals area
.north facing master bedroom, with glass door access to backyard, wonderful floor to ceiling wardrobes, in a wing of the home that could easily be transformed into the perfect parents retreat
.second main bedroom at the front of the home with garden views
.all rooms with original floor to ceiling built-in wardrobes
.gorgeous retained and original pink enamel bath tub and basin, separate shower, mirrored medicine cabinet, bar heater and separate toilet
.second bathroom with another classic green enamel bath tub, separate shower, mirrored medicine cabinet, bar heater and separate toilet
.laundry with internal access to hallway, laundry tub, built-in cabinetry and shelving
.additional sheltered outdoor area off laundry
.two separate linen cupboards in hallway
.pine flooring under current carpeting
.reverse cycle air conditioning (dining & lounge)
.ducted floor gas heating
.thermostat controlled electric heating
.2 x Solahart space heaters
.6 x solar panels
.gas points
.double brick construction and double glazed windows (single glazed in dining)
.front and back verandahs to enjoy the exceptional natural aspects
.lock up garage with work shop and the family "table tennis room"
.single carport with front to back access
.beautiful and winding rear garden with fruit trees
.back gate out to reserve
.time controlled irrigation system

Fine details (all approx.):
Land size: 1,324 m2
Build size: 236 m2
EER: 1
Build year: 1961

Rates: $6,997 pa
Land tax: $11,237 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 Burley Griffin, vasey.home, also backs onto a green corridor, providing immediate access to reserves. Campbell Primary School is a short stroll away and there is a bus stop at the front door. 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.

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Information about this House

  • Listed on
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  • Property typeHouse
  • Block2
  • Section30
  • Block size1324m² (approx)
  • Building size236m² (approx)
  • Land / Dev PurposeSuburban Zone (RZ1)
  • Bedrooms6
  • Bathrooms2
  • Parking spaces2
  • EER1.0
  • Land valueA$1,116,000 (2021)
  • Stamp dutyA$99,880
  • RatesA$6,273
  • Land taxA$10,472 if rented
* Figures quoted above are approximate values based on available information.

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Local Neighbourhood

118 Vasey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612 has 26 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Thomas More's Primary.

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0.21 kmSt Thomas More's PrimaryWhite Crescent, Campbell Pin Icon
0.38 kmCampbell PrimaryChauvel Street, Campbell Pin Icon
1.10 kmCanberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campusBlamey Crescent, Campbell Pin Icon

About Campbell

118 Vasey 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.

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