25 August 2020

Slow down and soak in this sunny city townhouse

| Katrina Condie
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3/165 Blamey Crescent at Campbell

High ceilings and architectural angled windows create a beautiful living environment in this unique townhouse. Photos: Supplied.

Offering a mix of spacious, sun-drenched living areas and private spaces, the townhouse at 3/165 Blamey Crescent at Campbell is the ideal living solution for busy professionals who want something more than a cookie-cutter city apartment.

You know this property is different the moment you witness the winter sun streaming through the north-facing picture window in the sunken lounge room which flows into the generous open plan dining and kitchen areas.


The kitchen has been perfectly updated.

Situated in the exclusive suburb of Campbell, home.byholly sales agent, principal Holly Komorowski says the home’s high ceilings and architectural angled windows create a beautiful living environment.

“Although it’s an older-style townhouse, it has loads of character and is quite unique,” she said.

“The size of the living areas, and the way they connect from front to back and flow out onto the private courtyard really works.

“It’s got a few architectural nuances, like the step-down lounge room and the high north-facing front windows that capture the sun and warm the whole home.

“It’s surrounded by newer apartments that are much smaller, which is probably why it’s so attractive. This home has the size and character that contemporary apartments often lack.”

Lounge room

The step-down lounge room is warmed by north-facing windows.

Facing onto Blaney Crescent, the townhouse is located in a tightly-held boutique complex and boasts an extensive 124 square metre of floor area with two separate living areas downstairs and two bedrooms and bathroom upstairs.

While it was built around 1999, the new gourmet kitchen with stone benchtops and luxurious bathroom, coupled with LED lighting, evaporative cooling and ducted gas heating, provide a modern look and feel.

Lounge room

A stunning and inspirational environment.

Located in one of Canberra’s most sought after suburbs, Ms Komorowski said the townhouse offers easy access to Lake Burley Griffin, sprawling parklands and the trendy C5 Precinct.

“You can take a morning walk or cycle through the park or stroll down to the cafes and restaurants in the C5 precinct,” she said.

“It’s also so close to the Russell offices, gyms, cafes and Campbell shops.”

The townhouse is perfectly suited to a young couple wanting to live close to the city, but seeking a bit of extra space and established surroundings, or professionals who want to work remotely in a stunning and inspirational environment.

“The property has beautiful established gardens and the street is lined with deciduous flame trees offering glorious colour in autumn and shade in spring and summer. You look out at the beautiful colours from the lounge room window. Mount Pleasant and Mount Ainslie are also close by for anyone wanting to get out and enjoy the outdoors.”

Outdoor dining

Alfresco working from home? Why not?

While walking to work in the city is easy, the property also includes a single lock-up garage.

3/165 Blamey Crescent at Campbell will go to auction at 11:00 am on Saturday, 5 September and is open for inspection today (25 August) from 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm; or on Saturday, 29 August from 11:00 am to 11:30 am, or Wednesday, 2 September from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm.

You can view 3/165 Blamey Crescent at Campbell and other hot properties at Zango. If you would like further information, contact Holly Komorowski on 0434 973 987 or email hello@homebyholly.com.au.

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