An architecturally designed and ultra-contemporary family home in the tightly held suburb of Hackett is attracting waves of interest.
It’s a sign of how strong Canberra’s inner-north property market remains towards the top end, local agent Andrew Potts from Independent Property Group said.
“There’s a fair bit of confidence at the top end of the market for well-designed, well-built homes,” Mr Potts said. “It’s cheaper than building the replacement value in the current climate.”
The near-new home is ultra-modern. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
That’s why 17 Hadden Street has appealed with would-be buyers since hitting the market, offering a spacious and custom-built residence that’s just three years old.
Sitting on a generous 1036sqm block in a quiet loop street, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home boasts an ideal north-facing orientation and a versatile floorplan.
The uniquely shaped pool is a real highlight of the property. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
There are multiple large living areas, vaulted ceilings, and an abundance of natural light through double-glazed, highlight windows.
Polished concrete floors, natural granite surfaces in the kitchen and warm tones in the bathrooms create a welcoming ambiance.
There are multiple living areas throughout. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Outside, fully established gardens offer an outdoor sanctuary, including a uniquely shaped pool and spa, designed to emulate the shape of the block.
“The block narrows at the back and they’ve utilised it really well,” Mr Potts said.
“The separate pool zone is quite a feature, and there’s a good-sized grassed area for kids and a large entertaining area with gas fireplace.”
The interior stylings are contemporary and clean. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
A flexible utility space to the rear of the garage opens to the backyard entertaining areas and could be used as a gym, rumpus, or theatre room.
Hackett is one of the inner north’s most desirable locations.
And at just 200m from the local shops and cafes, this home is close to popular walking trails on Mount Majura Nature Reserve.
“We’ve had more than 90 inspections and enquiries in the opening fortnight,” Mr Potts revealed.
“And we’re seeing enquiries from people who already live in the suburb. The properties that are standing out are still getting very good attention from buyers, because they don’t come up as much.”
The outdoor fireplace is another striking feature. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy
Locals value Hackett’s proximity to the thriving foodie scene in Dickson, and to Canberra’s CBD.
Excellent public and private schools, colleges and tertiary institutions are within walking distance.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity to buy a near-new, modern family home in a top location, where everything has been done for you,” Mr Potts says.
17 Haddon Street will be auctioned on 30 July.
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