28 February 2020

Narrabundah statement home takes idyllic living to a new level

| Wendy Johnson
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18 Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah

Creative, thoughtful design best describes 18 Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah. Photos: Supplied.

Creative and thoughtful design is the hallmark of 18 Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah, an Adam Hobill statement home that does not compromise on quality or beauty.

This award-winning property is a celebration of space and light with an open plan indoor and outdoor living area. The craftsmanship is flawless. Clean, bold lines are juxtaposed with a warm, contemporary colour palette and a rich choice of materials that take this home to another level.

Stephen Thompson, from LJ Hooker Manuka, says the home’s 195 square metres of living space is nothing short of idyllic.

“It’s a perfect home where family and friends can enjoy life at all levels,” says Stephen. “Entertaining is easy, inside and outside, but especially on the sun-filled deck and undercover BBQ area.”

Outdoor living

The sun-filled deck and undercover BBQ area is perfect for entertaining.

The sleek, state-of-the-art kitchen is also a wonderful entertaining area that can easily accommodate large gatherings alongside floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing the outdoors in. Appliances are top quality—a five-burner gas cooktop, Miele appliances and an amazing amount of convenient pantry and storage space. The stone benchtops and crisp white décor create a modern, inviting area.

“The attention to detail in this home is second-to-none,” says Stephen. “The timber floorboards that run throughout are stunning and the light fittings and other fixtures offer understated elegance. The home is comfortable all-year-round with reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout.”

Relax in the master suite—a tranquil space set on the upper level with expansive walk-in robes, an ensuite with a luxurious full bathtub, separate shower, and dual sinks.

The three other bedrooms also have built-in robes and the one located downstairs incorporates an in-built study desk. The kids will love escaping into the family room.

This home’s main bathroom features both a bathtub and walk-in shower. An added convenience is the internal laundry with external entry.

Set on a gently elevated block with low-maintenance private gardens, complete with inground sprinkler system, 18 Carnegie Crescent has stunning street appeal and an attached two-car garage.

“The location has everything,” says Stephen. “The home is close to several local parks, ovals, walking trails and the hustle and bustle of cafes, bars, restaurants, retail outlets and food stores. An added advantage is that the city is only 10 minutes away.”

Quality schools are nearby, including Red Hill Primary, Canberra Grammar, St Edmund’s, St Clare’s College, Narrabundah College and Telopea Park School.

This magnificent family home in the heart of Canberra’s Inner South is one not to be missed

Next inspection: Saturday, 29 February, 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm.

28 Carnegie Crescent, Narrabundah will be auctioned on-site at 10:30 am on 28 March.

For more information, contact Stephen Thompson at LJ Hooker Manuka on 0418 626 254 or see more on Zango.

This is a sponsored article, though all opinions are the author’s own. For more information on paid content, see our sponsored content policy.

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