With an intriguing mix of modern farmhouse and classic cottage charm underpinned by an expansive, family-friendly floor plan, 32 David Street in Gundaroo is a unique offering.
The property sits on an outstanding 5085 sqm and has been recently transformed with the help of an architect.
The styling is eye-catching, with its white walls pairing beautifully with the wooden accents of the window sills, floors and roof.
The house features four bedrooms, two bathrooms and three living areas, with a segregated master bedroom and parents’ retreat, glass conservatory-style dining and spiral staircase leading to a loft rumpus, as well as a slow combustion fireplace and reverse-cycle air conditioning.
Ray White Canberra agent Chris Dixon says the house offers something special in Gundaroo.
“The segregated living spaces is a real standout and sure to be a hit with families, with many options for indoor and outdoor entertaining,” Chris said.
“People that have come through have said they really like the interesting architecture and design of the house, that and the fact that all the hard work has been done.”
Entering the house, a comfy living space greets you with a fireplace and stairs leading up to the master bedroom, complete with a lofted parents’ retreat or office space.
The stylish kitchen with a walk-in pantry and 90 cm Belling oven offers garden views. Nearby, the meals and living area flows to the front deck.
The kitchen connects directly to the unique, conservatory-style dining room with large stackable doors that open out to gardens and decking.
From here, you can move to the second living space and second bedroom and a spiral staircase that leads to the final two bedrooms and a playroom.
Chris says the house would be great for big families.
“The house is perfect for those with kids because it can be split two sides, so if the kids want somewhere to play or parents want a quiet space to get away they can do that. You could even bring in extended family if you wanted to.”
A third living area opens out onto a private outside deck and newly built pergola with automatic alfresco blinds, the perfect spot to sit and watch the children play or fire up the barbeque and watch nature pass by.
With established trees scattered across the property, there is plenty to explore. You are situated next to the village common, which provides a wonderful rural outlook across grazing paddocks but is also popular for walking and bird enthusiasts or a leisurely horse trail ride.
Set amidst the landscaped gardens is a recently extended workshop/garage, ideal for those tinkering enthusiasts.
This house is perfect for families or those looking to start one. The property is within walking distance of local shops, restaurants and a primary school, and has school bus services that go to Canberra’s major secondary schools.
The house is a 30-minute commute from Canberra and is open for inspection on Saturday (9 April) from 12:30 pm to 1 pm.