Contemporary character


This three-bedroom home sits in the increasingly popular northside suburb of Aranda, perfectly suited for those looking to downsize or for professional couples.

“There are only a handful of dual occupancies in Aranda and this represents an amazing opportunity to buy into the suburb which for many has become unaffordable,” says Ray White Canberra’s Andrew Lonsdale.

“For those looking to downsize and move down the coast, this home represents an opportunity to keep a foot in the Canberra market.”

Bright and spacious, natural light is let in to this split-level home from bay windows, offering views across the leafy surrounds and low-maintenance block.

“If you have a busy life that involves travel (relevant down the track perhaps) or you’re not a gardener and prefer a block that is more manageable in size, then this is a home that will suit your needs,” Lonsdale says.

Character is mixed with contemporary all throughout this home. The main bedroom boasts French doors leading to the deck, alongside a walk-in robe and renovated ensuite.

Lonsdale says the home sits in the “geographical centre” of Canberra, which allows access to work, nightlife, sporting facilities and nature reserves.

He says the city’s suburbs are becoming increasingly cosmopolitan, with Aranda close to popular spots Bolt Bar, Two Before Ten, Pizza Artigiana and The Dumpling Inn.

“We are meeting so many people that have moved from large capital cities to Canberra because of the expressed reason that day-to-day life is so hard in the big smoke.

“With everything on your doorstep, people are finding that they have so much extra time on their hands to spend with partners, friends or pets.”   

3 bed | 2 bath | 3 car     

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