This beautiful, three-bedroom Braddon townhouse evokes so much love, and inspiration to spare. Dreamy sky windows, light-filled interiors, a loft-style bedroom retreat, all wrapped up in a peaceful, central Braddon dwelling. There are so many things to love about living here.
The interiors are beautiful. A generous, three-bedroom, two-bathroom, light-filled and north-facing townhouse is a place to call home. I love how the spacious living areas connect seamlessly with the established paved courtyard and leafy surrounding suburb. The allure of neutral interiors and the generous second storey loft creates inviting and luxurious accommodation, whilst the open floorplan delivers comfortable stylish living.
The courtyard garden is an unexpected surprise. A curated and established garden is tucked away in a city context. The sun floods in through winter, the courtyard a secluded sun trap, the indoor-outdoor connection maximises the efficient footprint of the home.
Within a boutique complex of 10, the generous footprint of the townhouse encompasses a separate double garage and gated courtyard entry. The residential setting with wide verges adjoining the heritage precinct close by ensures the suburban look and feel is retained. With local school, tennis courts, community centres and cultural institutions within 1km radius, it's hard to believe the serene quiet tree-lined streets are within a short stroll to the vibrant City Centre.
The location is nothing short of spectacular. Tucked in between green space and the foothills of Mount Ainslie, the parks and gardens of Glebe Park, Braddon and the City, the home is undoubtedly in a favoured position. I love that a quick skip in every direction connects you with the thriving inner-city precincts, suburban centres and the CBD. Positioned to activate a healthy lifestyle supporting work, play and city living, the lifestyle here is ideal.
.three bedroom home in a wonderful Braddon location
.spacious open-plan living and dining room overlooked by kitchen
.updated kitchen with glass splashback, electrolux oven, plenty of storage, waterfall bench
.main living spaces connect to courtyard through glass sliding doors
.master bedroom with two built-in robes and loft retreat with sky windows and raked ceilings
.ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity
.two bedrooms with queensized built-in robes on ground floor
.bathroom with bathtub, shower, toilet and vanity
.ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning
.electric hot water system
.double-garage with automatic door located directly across from townhouse
.paved front courtyard, well maintained and lovely established garden beds
.close proximity to Canberra CBD, Braddon precinct, Ainslie Primary School, Campbell High School, ANU and public transport
Living size: 146m2 (approx.)
Land rates: $2,492.00 pa (approx.)
Body corporate: $3,144.60 pa (approx.)
Year built: 1995 (approx.)
The Townhouse at 3/32 Gooreen Street BRADDON, ACT 2612 has been sold 2 times before, with the most recent sale being for $860,000 on 23 July 2020.
|Sold Date||Price||Sale Type|
3/32 Gooreen Street BRADDON, ACT 2612 has 28 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Ainslie School.
|0.27 km||Ainslie School||Donaldson Street, Braddon|
|0.58 km||Campbell High||Treloar Crescent, Campbell|
|1.08 km||Merici College||Wise Street, Braddon|
|1.20 km||Canberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campus||Blamey Crescent, Campbell|
|1.83 km||Turner Early Childhood Centre||Condamine Street, Turner|
|1.83 km||Turner School||Condamine Street, Turner|
|1.86 km||St Thomas More's Primary||White Crescent, Campbell|
|2.11 km||Campbell Primary||Chauvel Street, Campbell|
|2.24 km||St Joseph's Primary||Boronia Drive, O'Connor|
|2.32 km||Northside Primary Introductory English Centre (at North Ainslie Primary School)||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
3/32 Gooreen 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.