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Home, garden, and lifestyle in unison in a home involves the harmonious functioning of all parts together.
The donaldson.home feels authentically home. Your first impressions will be the visually satisfying balance between the organic textured interiors, free-flowing established gardens and the character of the heritage facade. Each perfectly compliments the other.
Homely heartfelt elements, honest materials and rustic organic style resonates and speaks to the sincerity of this lovingly maintained home.
The layers of its life are revealed as you walk through, it's easy to appreciate the story of the donaldson.home as the central living rooms reveal and connect with the more recent renovations. A striking hearth fireplace with heavy timber mantle anchors the heart of the home, with a mature weeping elm focal to the established gardens in the idyllic inner-city location.
Generous accommodation provides for three designated bedrooms in the accommodation wing offering en suite and a new modern bathroom, whilst multiple living and family rooms connect seamlessly with the rear gardens. The family kitchen is framed by large windows, affording a gorgeous outlook to the gardens in the room where so much time is spent. Large front windows enjoy the winter sun and provide a delightful view to the street and green spaces beyond.
While parts of Braddon have become a skyline of towering cranes, inner-city apartments, and reinvented precincts, this home is nestled in Braddon's heritage neighourhood of old-world charm. Looking out across an oval and trees which are protected from developers, the streetscape means you can sit on your front porch and feel connected, or stroll the tree-lined streets to the cafes, shops, and restaurants of the city.
As the city continues its exciting growth, the beauty and enduring character of the home's environs are assured: heritage protection means this part of Braddon will continue to be a garden neighbourhood, a reminder of the original garden city vision for Canberra.
.beautiful heritage family home with welcoming character charm
.large front porch and entrance
.timber kitchen with induction cooktop, dishwasher, oven and plenty of storage
.adjoining family room with garden outlook through large windows
.formal lounge room with fireplace and french doors
.three bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and the others built-in robes
.flat roof extension and main bedroom wing
.rear decking, level garden, private established gardens
.large double garage with automatic door
.black slate flooring
.rustic, exposed and painted brick interior walls
.high ceilings and sunshine creating feeling of space
.ducted inverter heating and cooling
Land size: 845m2 (approx.)
Living size: 177m2 (approx.)
Land value: $870,000
Land rates: $5,565.61 pa (approx.)
Year built: 1928 (approx.)
The land value history at 12 Donaldson Street BRADDON, ACT 2612 has the most recent growth rate of 9.14%, giving an unimproved land value of $853,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 12 Donaldson Street.
12 Donaldson Street BRADDON, ACT 2612 has 28 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Ainslie School.
|0.38 km||Ainslie School||Donaldson Street, Braddon|
|1.02 km||Campbell High||Treloar Crescent, Campbell|
|1.03 km||Merici College||Wise Street, Braddon|
|1.45 km||Canberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campus||Blamey Crescent, Campbell|
|1.51 km||Turner Early Childhood Centre||Condamine Street, Turner|
|1.51 km||Turner School||Condamine Street, Turner|
|2.00 km||St Joseph's Primary||Boronia Drive, O'Connor|
|2.08 km||O'Connor Cooperative School||MacPherson Street, O'Connor|
|2.23 km||St Thomas More's Primary||White Crescent, Campbell|
|2.42 km||Campbell Primary||Chauvel Street, Campbell|
12 Donaldson Street is located within the suburb of Braddon, which has a population of 5,500, a median age of 29 and an average household density of 1.8 people.