People who buy in Blamey Heights often wait years for the right home to come on the market, patiently lusting over its modernist design, varying floorplans, and diverse offerings. If you wait just long enough, one of the highly sought after Harry Seidler townhouses do come on the market, one every two years perhaps?
Loved due to its iconic renowned architecture by Harry Seidler, the Campbell Group Housing is a magnificent example of the golden age of experimental design and modernism. In the era of post war international style, exemplifying the hope of the mid-century, when small was beautiful and design had an uncomplicated fresh aesthetic.
Unpretentious and understated from the outside, the mid-century design effortlessly balances form and function. Flooded with natural light with gorgeous floor to ceiling windows; cubiform with a central staircase and curtain wall of large sheets of glass, these stunning design elements have stood the test of time offering a contemporary, functional and exciting home.
The floor to ceiling windows, and glass doors to balconies from the main bedroom and lounge, provide seamless connectivity to the outdoors. This townhouse also features a mezzanine level and double height living room, and rear courtyard. You will be amazed by the openness.
.the Campbell Group Housing (Blamey Heights) comprises a group of 42 apartments and 32 attached houses in nine buildings
.lovely surrounds - the Campbell Group Housing is the most effectively laid-out and most intact of Seidler's major medium density residential projects in Canberra, mature trees on and around the site add to the aesthetic quality of the group
.flowing open plan design over four levels
.3 bedrooms, ensuite and bathroom
.spacious living spaces opening onto a private enclosed courtyard and two balconies
.main bedroom with an ensuite and generous built in robes
.walk in robe in second bedroom
.front position with views across George Cross Park
.undercover single carport parking
.storage room off carport
.generous concealed drying room and separate laundry
.rinnai Energy Saver bayonet gas heater
.ducted vacuum system
.high rental yield potential
.stroll to local Campbell Shops, 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 Offices
.the group is a late example of the post-war international style, with its cubiform overall shape, curtain wall and large sheets of glass. They represent one of a small number of medium density housing projects in Canberra designed by Seidler in 1964, built for the ANU in 1968. They are recognised for their architectural significance.
Body corporate: $2,739.56 pa (approx.)
Rates: $2,584.46 pa (approx.)
There is currently no sale history available for 3/4 Edmondson Street.
3/4 Edmondson Street CAMPBELL, ACT 2612 has 30 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Thomas More's Primary.
|0.44 km||St Thomas More's Primary||White Crescent, Campbell|
|0.46 km||Canberra Grammar School - Northside - early childhood campus||Blamey Crescent, Campbell|
|0.59 km||Campbell Primary||Chauvel Street, Campbell|
|1.00 km||Campbell High||Treloar Crescent, Campbell|
|1.78 km||Ainslie School||Donaldson Street, Braddon|
|2.57 km||Merici College||Wise Street, Braddon|
|3.33 km||Turner Early Childhood Centre||Condamine Street, Turner|
|3.33 km||Turner School||Condamine Street, Turner|
|3.48 km||Telopea Park School||New South Wales Crescent, Barton|
|3.53 km||Northside Primary Introductory English Centre (at North Ainslie Primary School)||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
3/4 Edmondson Street 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.