Hamptons-inspired, this refined and stylish residence is a real standout in Evatt.
With its gorgeous gable roofline, weatherboard panelling and barn carriage storage doorways, 29 De Lissa Street has lengthy attracted consideration from locals.
“There’s nothing else prefer it,” mentioned promoting agent Cris O’Brien, from Home By Holly.
“It’s a kind of houses that’s fairly iconic in Belconnen. Individuals realize it so I’ve had fairly a number of individuals name me saying they’ve been watching this dwelling for years, hoping it could come in the marketplace to allow them to really take a look at what it’s like inside.
“The home has advanced for the reason that house owners purchased it. It has that actual Hamptons-style look about it, however the different factor that’s so particular about it’s the incredible, magical view of Belconnen and the Brindabellas.”
First constructed within the Eighties, the five-bedroom dwelling has undergone a major inside transformation since then.
The renovation included the elimination of a number of inside partitions to create a greater flowing floorplan, noticed gum hardwood flooring, heritage-inspired mouldings and cornices, and a clear impartial palette.
There are beneficiant, open-plan residing areas, whereas the grand formal residing and eating room contains an open fire, heritage-style home windows and entry to the decrease balcony.
Exterior, the yard features a weeping cherry tree, raised vegetable beds, a solar-powered water function, in-built concrete seating and fruit bushes, together with lemon, lime and mandarin varieties.
Ms O’Brien mentioned a whole bunch of individuals had attended the primary open for inspection.
“It was insane,” she mentioned.
“There are usually not many houses like this in Canberra, not to mention Belconnen. You’re extra prone to discover a dwelling like this within the inner-south somewhat than the Belconnen area, which is why it has attracted a lot curiosity.”
The property is scheduled to go to public sale on 5 November at 6.30pm, if not bought prior.