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This double brick, late 1930's home was built in an era when master craftsmen still took pride in their work. When you buy this home you will in fact be buying a piece of Griffith's history. (a large piece at that). From the heritage colours to the high ceilings and plaster cornice, everything about this home speak to a less complicated time and place. The style, character and elegance of this home will appeal to people of a similar ilk.
On arrival you are greeted with double doors to a formal entry. The kitchen is a lesson in integrating the old, with the new. An induction cooktop and European appliances are thoughtfully complimented with a wood fired stove, keeping with the character of the home. The stone benchtops pantry and cupboard space finish this chef's style kitchen. The oversized lounge room will mean entertaining guests at dinner parties will be a breeze.
All six bedrooms are large and have new carpet. The master bedroom is enormous and has space for a sitting area and study within. The master also has ensuite and access to a rear balcony which over looks a lush leafy courtyard.
The dining room is near kitchen, and there is also, sensibly a second sitting room opposite. This will be ideal for guests, and or children as you prepare your gourmet meals from the kitchen.
A lovely rear courtyard will be an ideal place to relax with a glass of wine after a hard days work. You are minutes from Griffith shops and Manuka, and some of Canberra's best private and public schools.
There is a working garden with a host of fruit and vegetable plantings. A woodshed and potting shed as well. There is a new double garage as well as the original garage behind, with easy access through a rear roller door. This will appeal to people not fooled by a modern veneer and understand quality construction and style.
6 bedroom ensuite home on enormous 1434m2 parcel of land
Beautiful working fruit and vegetable gardens
Lovely rear yard and rear veranda
Gas central heating system - Brivis ducted
Solar hot water system
Split system air conditioner in loungeroom - Daikin Inverter
Induction stove (Bosch) with large oven (Smeg)
Woodfire in kitchen/family room with stove and oven
Double garage with remote controlled roller door
Back shed/ storage/ garage/ workshop
2 potting sheds
Enclosed with lockable gates
2 blocks from Griffith shops, 10 minute walk to Manuka
Multiple rainwater tanks for garden irrigation
Large garden: native plants section, many bulbs and flowering shrubs, roses, hydrangeas, 2 vegetable garden beds, fruit trees including: multiple varieties of apple, an apricot tree, peach, nectarine, almond, pear, grape, quince, fig, plum, mulberry, lemon, orange, mandarin
Irrigation tubing system installed for 2/3 of the garden
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28 Barrallier street GRIFFITH, ACT 2603 has 27 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Edmund's College.
|0.58 km||St Edmund's College||Canberra Avenue, Griffith|
|0.84 km||St Clare's College||McMillan Crescent, Griffith|
|1.18 km||Narrabundah Early Childhood School||Kootara Crescent, Narrabundah|
|1.32 km||Telopea Park School||New South Wales Crescent, Barton|
|1.38 km||St Benedict's Primary||Tallara Parkway, Narrabundah|
|1.41 km||Canberra Grammar School||Monaro Crescent, Red Hill|
|1.44 km||Narrabundah College||Jerrabomberra Avenue, Narrabundah|
|1.49 km||Canberra Grammar School - Southside - early childhood campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
|1.49 km||Canberra Grammar School - Junior school campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
|1.59 km||Forrest Primary||National Circuit, Forrest|
28 Barrallier street is located within the suburb of Griffith, which has a population of 4,575, a median age of 40 and an average household density of 2.1 people.