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We can help you see the light, so.much.light. This is a remarkable house which encapsulates, maximises, epitomises light in all its guises. It's impossible not to get the feel-good endorphins pumping when you enter through Deakin's famous Blue House.
Is it blue? Yes, it is. This is a house that dials up the colour in your life, from the front door to the bathroom details, from the balustrades to the oversized library. It's a landmark property in a highly sought-after location in Inner South Deakin.
Moments from parklands, quality schools, the shopping and café hub, this block faces north to the rear, and despite its bold colour accents is the definition of tranquillity. The huge atrium upon entering immediately floods the house with natural light, and this buoyant feeling remains a constant as you wander through the expansive living areas, the magnificent custom-built library space, and onto the North-facing rear deck, framed by a pergola with 50-year-old wisteria vines.
The double-storey home is made for easy, well-appointed living, to suit a young family or an executive couple. All three bedrooms are generous, and with built-in robes. Both bathrooms are modern, and the entertainer's kitchen has been recently refreshed in a classic white on white aesthetic.
Family life can centre around the front lounge with big bay window, or move onto the meal nook, perhaps enjoying vistas of the rear living area, or make memories in the designated dining area, perfect for nourishing friends and loved ones.
·architecturally extended and renovated family home in an established Deakin location
·three light-filled bedrooms each with peaceful outlook and built-in wardrobes
·oversized library / study lined with custom-built floor-to-ceiling shelves
·newly-refreshed kitchen with modern European appliances, white on white aesthetic
·light immersion with vaulted ceilings, expansive void, curved glass brick windows
·front formal lounge room and separate dining and meals area;
·additional spacious family room connects to kitchen with French doors to the rear
·some double glazing, with ducted gas central heating and air-conditioning upstairs
·secure single garage, classic 1960s styling, with under house storage and wine cellar
·large rear terrace, with pergola covered with spectacular 50-year wisteria
·auto sprinkler system in compact, established garden
·private, easy care block with parkland outlook
.solax power X1-3.0-T-N model. 3KW.
Land size: 575m2 (approx.)
Living size: 198m2 (approx.)
Land value: $784,000
Land rates: $5,425.66 pa (approx.)
Year built: 1960 (approx.)
There is currently no sale history available for 34 Bedford Street.
34 Bedford Street DEAKIN, ACT 2600 has 32 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Canberra Girls Grammar School.
|0.43 km||Canberra Girls Grammar School||Melbourne Avenue, Deakin|
|0.45 km||Canberra Girls Grammar School - Junior school campus||Grey Street, Deakin|
|1.21 km||Yarralumla Primary||Loftus Street, Yarralumla|
|1.45 km||Forrest Primary||National Circuit, Forrest|
|1.67 km||Alfred Deakin High||Denison Street, Deakin|
|1.98 km||Woden School (The)||Denison Street, Deakin|
|2.09 km||Canberra Grammar School||Monaro Crescent, Red Hill|
|2.21 km||Telopea Park School||New South Wales Crescent, Barton|
|2.22 km||Canberra Grammar School - Southside - early childhood campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
|2.22 km||Canberra Grammar School - Junior school campus||Alexander Street, Red Hill|
34 Bedford Street is located within the suburb of Deakin, which has a population of 2,878, a median age of 45 and an average household density of 2.5 people.