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33 Hackett Gardens TURNER, ACT 2612

Sold - Saturday 14 May 2022 for $3,500,000
Bed Icon5 Bedrooms
Bath Icon3 Bathrooms
Car Icon2 Parking
Unimproved value:A$1,382,000 (2021-2022)Block size:1179
Bed Icon5 Bedrooms
Bath Icon3 Bathrooms
Car Icon2 Parking


#soldbyholly $3,500,000

On a quiet loop street, in a private enclave, overlooking parkland, lies 33 Hackett Gardens, within the coveted suburb of Turner. This premier location – on the edge of the city centre, and within easy reach of the independent shops, cafes, restaurants, of the inner-north – is tightly held and desired.

Grand but not intimidating, the homes' interior is both glamorously moody and sophisticated. Impressive in scale, with a charming balance of private and social arenas the home, easily caters for the changing demands of the ever-evolving modern family. There is the luxury of choice between the more intimate spaces. Foremost lies the formal living and dining area with working fireplace. Further through a more casual lounge and dining connected by the impressive kitchen. A reading room, a secluded oasis adjoining the kitchen and casual dining - that all merge to a sheltered porch and gardens beyond.

The impressive kitchen - generous storage including double pantry, wine storage room, double oven, gas cooking hob, enormous island bench - easily accommodates catering staff, for events, with over 100 guests.

There are all the refined details you would expect of a home of this calibre - timber flooring made from a trio of Queensland hardwoods, skylights that bounce light into the hallways, timber French doors, excellent insulation, ducted heating, intercom, keypad entry, internal access from double, automatic garages. Bespoke, stained-glass windows, designed by the owner, feature in all three bathrooms.

The master bedroom, with ensuite, walk-in-robe, enormous picture windows. This quiet, parent's retreat, is instilled with a sense of calm, lingering over a cup of tea in bed, morning light, slowly brightening the garden. Three bedrooms adjacent to a central internal courtyard, introducing light and the changing autumnal colours of Japanese maples, into the centre of the house. On the other side of the home there is a sunny home study and guest retreat with ensuite, walk-in-robe, opening to private courtyard with mature camelias and hydrangeas.

The rear garden, with sheltered and open alfresco dining spaces, secluded by high hedge walls, shaded by fig, olive, cherry, plum and pomegranate trees. The true centre piece is the pizza oven which provides the feeling of an Italian piazza- a lively meeting place for new traditions with family, friends and neighbours. Paths meander past assorted flowering plantings, pond, vegetable and herb garden.

Turner is a sought after, leafy suburb, known for its wide streets, ample green spaces, established trees, prestigious homes and central locale, connecting you with all the best dining, shopping and entertainment Canberra has to offer. The home is walking distance to Haig Park, the Tennis club, O'Connor Ridge Reserve and lake. Convenient to private and public schools, and within walking distance to the CBD, ANU, the home, is also close to transport, including light rail, and the metro city station, connecting you to the whole of Canberra.

.striking 5-bedroom home on 1179m2 land in sought after suburb of Turner
.355m2 internal living space, including separate meals and dining, family room, lounge and rumpus
.chef's kitchen with 900mm SMEG oven with 5 x burner gas stove, SMEG dishwasher, range-hood, designer tapware, 40mm stone bench tops, glass splash back, island with central sink
.two walk-in pantries (one is well insulated)
.four seat breakfast bar
.abundance of wonderful cabinetry, two glass in-lay doors, wine rack and bread bin
.family and meals areas with north aspect, extraordinary garden views, hardwood floors and backyard external access
.formal lounge at the front of the home, with working fireplace, hardwood flooring, magnificent large windows and French doors
.home study space with hardwood flooring and glass French doors
.additional rumpus room with sliding doors to back verandah and views to internal courtyard
.master bedroom with north-east aspect, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, with separate spa bathtub and shower
.bedroom 2 also featuring a large walk-in wardrobe, sliding doors to secluded courtyard area, and ensuite bathroom
.bedrooms 3 and 4 all furnished with mirrored built-in wardrobes and carpet
.bedroom 5 with courtyard access and built-in wardrobes
.main bathroom with separate spa bath and shower, double sink/vanity and feature stain glass window
.additional powder room
.external access laundry with incredible storage and bench space
.abundance of storage throughout the home
.gallery style hallways with sections of recessed walls
.high ceilings
.Mitsubishi ducted air-conditioning
.ducted vacuum
.Hills security system
.vibrant and green pergola style entry
.external paved dining area, with pizza oven, and additional covered area
.mature gardens, high hedging, pond, vegetable bed and Orbit irrigation system
.internal pebbled courtyard with multiple sliding door entries and external power supply
.external storage/workshop
.remote double lock up garage with internal access

EER: 4.5
Land size: 1179 m2 (approx.)
Living size: 355 m2 (approx.)
Year built: 2009 (approx.).

Land value: $1,382,000 (2021, approx.)
Land rates: $8,864 pa (approx.)
Land tax: $14,412 (approx.)

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Information about this House

  • Listed on
  • Last updated
  • Property typeHouse
  • Block6
  • Section28
  • Block size1179m² (approx)
  • Building size355m² (approx)
  • Land / Dev PurposeSuburban Zone (RZ1)
  • Bedrooms5
  • Bathrooms3
  • Parking spaces2
  • EER4.5
  • Land valueA$1,382,000 (2021)
  • RatesA$7,720
  • Land taxA$13,094 if rented
* Figures quoted above are approximate values based on available information.

Sales History for 33 Hackett Gardens TURNER, ACT 2612

The House at 33 Hackett Gardens TURNER, ACT 2612 has been sold 1 time before, with the most recent sale being for $1,725,000 on 16 May 2011.

Sold DatePriceSale Type
A$1,725,000Full Property Transfer, Land & Improvements
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Sale TypeFull Property Transfer, Land & Improvements
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Local Neighbourhood

33 Hackett Gardens TURNER, ACT 2612 has 31 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Turner School.

0.79 kmTurner SchoolCondamine Street, Turner Pin Icon
0.79 kmTurner Early Childhood CentreCondamine Street, Turner Pin Icon
0.89 kmBlack Mountain SchoolDryandra Street, O'Connor Pin Icon

About Turner

33 Hackett Gardens is located within the suburb of Turner, which has a population of 4,047, a median age of 31 and an average household density of 2 people.

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  • 31Median Age
  • 2Avg. Household Size
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