This contemporary home in the Belconnen district has everything you could want and more, with its stunning natural timber finish and mix of rich textures that instantly appeals to any eye.
With ample space and attention to detail, you can find the four-bedroom, three-bathroom architectural masterpiece set on a 958-square-metre block in MacGregor at 58 Osburn Drive.
Badenoch real estate agent Symon Badenoch says the mix of textures and use of glass, from terrazzo to natural timbers and polished gunmetal accents, is one of the highlights of the MacGregor home.
“58 Osburn Drive is a fully renovated and extended home that features immaculate attention to detail,” Symon says.
“It’s just simply stunning.
“What catches your eye the most is the design and layout of the home. It features a parents’ retreat on the upper level with a huge master bedroom, walk-through robe, ensuite, private balcony and also a second living area which is ideal for the parents to relax away from the rest of the family.”
As you enter the 297 square metre home, Symon says you are greeted with a formal lounge which leads to a huge open-plan living space.
“The living space is generous in size, and my favourite part of the home is the gourmet-sized kitchen with the butler’s pantry as it overlooks the entire space,” he says.
“Another standout is the amount of natural light captured throughout the home by raked ceilings, multiple Velux skylights and double-glazed windows.”
The gourmet kitchen is another highlight.
“What you’ve got is a massive island benchtop with plenty of storage, a butler’s pantry and top-of-the-range appliances,” he says.
“The colour scheme is also really appealing as it is highlighted by natural timbers and a really soft palate with neutral tones all the way through.”
The butler’s pantry is also fitted out with stone benchtops, a separate sink, overhead storage, cupboards, fridge space and a storage nook.
All four bedrooms are large and feature built-in robes.
“The bedrooms are all double-sized and fitted with loads of storage,” he says.
“There’s also a second master bedroom with its own ensuite.”
The neutral tones and natural timber features extend through the home, including the two ensuites and generous main bathroom with a separate toilet. There is an additional powder room to service the family room and outdoor entertaining space.
The covered alfresco area is made from recycled hardwood and includes lighting and ceiling fans, and has direct access from the open planned living area.
Symon says the backyard is generously sized and perfect for family gatherings and entertaining.
“The key standout has to be the recycled timber; it’s unique and uncommon to see in this area,” he says.
“Colourbond roofing, the beautifully landscaped garden and the feature lighting outside are also a nice touch to the home.”
The location of the home is almost a feature in its own right. It’s close to quality schools and Kippax Fair, which offers grocery stores, restaurants, cafes, and gym facilities, and is situated around parks, walking trails and bike paths.
“This elevated home in MacGregor is really well located and close to all of the arterial roads that link through to the city and into the Belconnen Town Centre,” he says.
“It’s perfect for families who want something that’s key-ready – meaning it’s simply ready to go. This MacGregor home is one for generations to come and with all the hard work completed.”
The next inspection takes place this Saturday, 6 August, from 3:30 to 4 pm.