Life amongst nature


This is a rare offering in one of Curtin’s blue-ribbon streets. 45 Jennings Street boasts five bedrooms and space in spades for the whole family.

“The position in one of Curtin’s blue-ribbon streets across the road from nature reserve is a true standout,” says McGrath North Canberra partner, Christopher Dixon.

“The current owners have, over time, improved the house and gardens to create a wonderful family home with beautiful indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces and gorgeous shady gardens.

“Curtin is very popular for families and this home is no exception with spacious versatile living areas for the whole family,” Dixon says.

“The downstairs office/rumpus space would also be ideal for those with home-based business aspirations or extended family.”

The home boasts 238sqm of living space, and includes two living areas, separate dining room and a kitchen, family and dining space. The master bedroom includes ensuite and walk-in robe, and two bathrooms service the remaining four bedrooms.

Outside is perfect for entertaining or getting back to nature, with raised vegetable gardens and the covered deck. The home boasts 14 solar panels, a security system and a double garage.

“Current owners Frank and Adrienne have often commented how wonderfully peaceful life is at 45 Jennings Street and how they will miss their ‘afternoon walks on the reserve’ and ‘breakfast on the deck with the birds’,” says Dixon.

“Birds of all kinds regularly stop by for a chat.

“Curtin’s central location to the City, Parliamentary Triangle and Woden are noteworthy as is this property’s elevated position with views to Black Mountain Tower and excellent access to nature.”

5 bed | 3 bath | 2 car | 1 study

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