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35B Molloy Crescent COOK, ACT 2614

Sold - Saturday 25 June 2022 for $1,100,000
Bed Icon3 Bedrooms
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Block size:424
Bed Icon3 Bedrooms
Bath Icon3 Bathrooms
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timeless.classic

#soldbyholly $1,100,000

This refined home located on a quiet street, within the ever-popular suburb of Cook, has an enviable mix of bohemian cafes, family friendly values, ample green spaces and easy proximity to larger metropolitan centres. Banks of Crittall windows frame garden views, usher in light and the white, monochrome palette makes the house wonderfully bright. There is a variety of warm, atrium rooms, private and secluded at the end of a dual occupancy block. The home opens to exquisite formal gardens at the rear, with direct access to the reserve.

Hidden from the street and with a simple façade reminiscent of a French coach house - L-shape design creating a courtyard, striking black trim, lights, ornate detailing - the home has a charming European country appeal.

The entryway is an atrium-style design that runs the full length of the home and provides sheltered access. The house contains classical elements - stained glass doors, chandelier lighting, French provincial cabinetry, fireplace with art deco tiling. At its centre is a sunny open, kitchen, dining living that extends to the atrium and a bespoke barbecue kitchenette, overlooking the grounds. The dining room opens directly to the deep, shady veranda, perfect for hot afternoons with a g&t, the cooling embrace of verdant greenery.

There are three bedrooms in the main house, along with two bathrooms, laundry and a separate toilet. Both bathrooms feature pressed tin wall panelling and continue the crisp design thread, of white on white. The master with ensuite is naturally lit by an atrium, with a wall of Crittall framing mature birches and formal topiary.

The private rear grounds are strikingly planted - silver birch, urns of colourful pansies, spiral and balled topiary - complimenting the architecture and providing a secret garden impression. There is a delightful offering of places for connection and repose, including alfresco dining, shaded by climbing roses. Paved throughout with raised brick beds and formal paths, flanked by lamp posts, there is handsome symmetry to the garden design. A gate opens to the reserve, extending to the Bicentennial National Trail, with access to Mount Painter Nature Reserve with its gorgeous views from the summit across Canberra.

Features:
.secluded dual occ. home backed by a green corridor
.high quality finishings and spectacular manicured gardens
.combined lounge, dining and kitchen areas with central gas log fire
.electric cooktop and oven, wonderful cabinetry and pantry, and black stone top island bench
.master bedroom with ensuite, built-in wardrobe and private sunroom access
.second bedroom with a built-in wardrobe
.third bedroom with north aspect
.main bathroom with shower, decorative basin, ample mirrored cabinetry and separate water closet
.additional bathroom and kitchenette in the garage
.separate laundry with tub and external access
.two separate sunrooms, one with BBQ facilities, both with garden outlooks
.atrium style, paved entryway
.functional workshop area
.ducted inverter heating/cooling
.underfloor heating throughout
.continuous gas hot water system
.white on white French provincial style
.feature white plantation shutters
.tiled flooring
.25,000L underground water tank
.single garage and single carport

Fine details (all approx.):
Land size: 424 m2
Living size: 107 m2
EER: 6
Build year: 2008

Rates: $2,661.16 pa
Land tax: $3,732.24 pa

Cook occupies a leafy corner in the Belconnen district and is flanked by reserves. Boasting thriving community gardens, parkland, Mt Painter reserve, and walking and biking trails it is a mere 8 minute drive to the Arboretum. The home is within walking distance of Jamison Plaza and close to the Belconnen precinct. The local shops are home to the popular cafés - Little Oink and To All My Friends. Aranda shops are close by, with the famous, Two Before Ten, coffee shop, a popular gathering place on Saturday mornings. The home is also close to transport, schools, the AIS, Bruce Stadium and the UC. And only a ten minute drive to the CBD and the ANU.

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Information about this Property

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  • Property typeDuplex Semi-Detached
  • Block size424m² (approx)
  • Land / Dev PurposeSuburban Zone (RZ1)
  • Bedrooms3
  • Bathrooms3
  • Parking spaces2
  • EER6.0
* Figures quoted above are approximate values based on available information.

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Local Neighbourhood

35B Molloy Crescent COOK, ACT 2614 has 22 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Vincent's Primary.

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0.88 kmSt Vincent's PrimaryBindel Street, Aranda Pin Icon
0.96 kmCanberra HighBindubi Street, Macquarie Pin Icon
1.14 kmAranda PrimaryBanambila Crescent, Aranda Pin Icon

About Cook

35B Molloy Crescent is located within the suburb of Cook, which has a population of 2,805, a median age of 42 and an average household density of 2.3 people.

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  • 42Median Age
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