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2/71 Blamey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612

Sold - Wednesday 8 June 2022 for $950,000
Bed Icon2 Bedrooms
Bath Icon1 Bathrooms
Car Icon1 Parking
Bed Icon2 Bedrooms
Bath Icon1 Bathrooms
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#soldbyholly $950,000

The Campbell Group Housing comprises a group of apartments and attached houses designed by Harry Seidler and Associates in 1964 for the Australian National University (ANU).

This wonderful modernist two bedroom design delivers light-filled open plan living spaces seamlessly flowing on three levels. Understated from the outside, the mid century design focuses on form and function, flooded with natural light, gorgeous floor to ceiling glass and connectivity to the courtyard.  Modern style and convenience are characterised by simplicity and democratic design.  Cubiform with a central staircase, a mesh of modern aesthetic and vintage style celebrates the home's mid century origins, with a high spec renovation to take it into the next decade.

The brilliant position close to C5, the lake, Mt Ainslie, the local Campbell shops and the City makes this townhouse the perfect pad to base yourself within the Inner North.


.crisp and timelessly modern home in Seidler's Blamey Heights
.split level, two bedroom townhouse
.flowing open plan design over multiple levels
.floating stairs to generous living, kitchen, dining area with high ceilings
.elegant renovated kitchen with gas cooktop, electric oven, charcoal cabinetry, white square splash tiling and intelligently design partition wall with shelving and serving area to dining
.floor to ceiling glass doors out to private paved courtyard space with established vines and plants
.bedroom with reverse cycle split system and ceiling fan
.second bedroom with built-in wardrobes
.updated bathroom with open shower, toilet and vanity
.double glazed windows
.split system inverter heating/cooling
.continuous gas hot water system
.undercover parking single carport, storage room off carport
.generous concealed drying room with breezeway bricks and separate laundry
.stroll to local Campbell Shops, C5, easy access to public transport
.a highly desirable and convenient Inner North location, superbly located close to the Parliamentary Triangle, easy access to the City Centre, Lake Burley Griffin and parklands, the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve, Russell Defence Office

Living size: 65m2 (approx.)
Courtyard size: 37m2 (approx.)
EER: 5.0
Year built: 1968

Rates: $2,749 (approx.)
Land tax: $3,255 (approx.)
Body corporate: $567.23 pq (approx.)

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  • Property typeTownhouse
  • Building size65m² (approx)
  • Land / Dev PurposeSuburban Zone (RZ1)
  • Bedrooms2
  • Bathrooms1
  • Parking spaces1
  • EER5.0
* Figures quoted above are approximate values based on available information.

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Local Neighbourhood

2/71 Blamey Crescent CAMPBELL, ACT 2612 has 30 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Thomas More's Primary.

0.36 kmSt Thomas More's PrimaryWhite Crescent, Campbell Pin Icon
0.49 kmCampbell PrimaryChauvel Street, Campbell Pin Icon
0.55 kmCanberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campusBlamey Crescent, Campbell Pin Icon

About Campbell

2/71 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.

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