We’ve all heard the saying ‘the home has good bones’, which immediately stirs excitement and intrigue as to the potential and treasures the property must contain.
To be a home with good bones, it must tick some essential boxes.
When considering these essential components, ask: is it structurally sound? Is it a home you know you can live in right now and see potential for the future? Is it architecturally compelling? Does it retain the charm of its original features? Do the bones of the home form a floor plan that will function for you as the years progress?
You’ll find a perfect example at 18 Rosenthal Street, Campbell. It has beautiful bones and room to breathe with large windows that allow light to fill the home, and high ceilings and generous living spaces that have been extended and opened up to offer large family areas and connection to the outdoors.
The Rosenthal home ticks lots more boxes for family living with four generous bedrooms (the master with an ensuite), front lounge and open plan family areas and a beautiful private rear garden.
The personality of the home resonates with interesting architectural details throughout – features that speak to the story of the home, unique to its 1960s heritage, and provide the perfect platform for you to bring your own personality and style to the interiors, so you can put some flesh on those bones.
18 Rosenthal Street, Campbell will go to auction at 12:30 pm on Saturday, 29 February (inspections available from 12:00 pm). It will also be open for inspection on Wednesday, 19 February from 5:45 pm to 6:15 pm. It’s being offered by home.byholly. To learn more, contact Holly Komorowski from home.byholly on 0434 973 987.
Holly Komorowski is the director of boutique agency home.byholly, which focuses on selling houses throughout the established Canberra suburbs. Holly is living proof that real estate agents can be authentic, genuine, friendly and highly effective.
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