13 Beauchamp Street, DEAKIN ACT 2600

$1,575,000+
Brochure
Description

Quality home and a gorgeous garden in a dress circle location

House - DEAKIN ACT

**PLEASE NOTE: A CONTRACT WILL NOT BE ISSUED PRIOR TO AN INSPECTION OF THE PROPERTY**

Positioned in an exclusive dress circle location, this is an entertainers delight and a quality family home with a flexible floor plan.

The chef designed kitchen features great functionality, masses of 40mm stone work surfaces, excellent storage and quality appliances. The kitchen is the central hub of the extensive living and entertaining areas that include a formal sitting and dining room that opens to an enclosed sunroom and entertaining deck. The kitchen also overlooks the informal living room with feature hardwood floors which opens to the delightful private rear garden.

In addition to four generous bedrooms, the home features an exclusive and segregated master retreat upstairs, including an ensuite bathroom, walk-in-robe and a private balcony with mountain views. Other features include a clutter-free laundry with built-in storage, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling, roof mounted solar panels with battery storage, a large double garage with internal access and two driveways. Most rooms enjoy a wonderful relationship with the richly planted garden or tree top mountain views. Within a short stroll to the popular cafes and restaurants at Deakin Shops, Red Hill reserve, Deakin West offices / medical facilities and local schools, this home is wonderfully located to enjoy an inner south lifestyle.

Property features:

Master retreat upstairs with large walk-in wardrobe, modern ensuite and private balcony to enjoy your morning coffee
Automatic (programmable) watering system in garden
10,000 litre rainwater tank, with electric pump, switchable to garden watering system during water restrictions. Separate tap for tank water, pumped.
Solar panels (20) on roof with battery storage, 5.3kW panels and 9.67kWh battery, buy-back managed by Evergen P/L (three panels closest to large eucalyptus with micro-inverters to maximise the charging period).
On-demand Rinnai main gas water heater, smaller Rinnai unit supplying upstairs bathroom
Reverse cycle full house ducted heating and cooling with separate a/c unit in the upstairs bedroom
3-phase electricity to house
Large double garage
Insulated panel-lift remote controlled garage door
Two driveways, with off-street covered parking for two additional cars (under deck and original car port)
Back-to-base alarm system.
Upstairs bathroom has heated floor with thermostat and heated towel rail
External retractable sun blind on upstairs balcony
Stroll to EQ Deakin, Alfred Deakin High
Minutes to Lake burley Griffin, Canberra City and Woden town Centre

Block size:
756 m (approx)

Property size:
215 sqm Living
45 sqm Garage

Year of Construction:
1966

Rates:
$5,289 P.A.

Land tax (only if rented):
$8,854 P.A.

Unimproved Land Value:
$914,000 (2018)

Comparable sales Date Price
11 Barron Street, Deakin 2/19 $1,480,000
19 Macartney Crescent, Deakin 5/19 $1,735,000
56 Fergusson Crescent, Deakin 2/19 $1,750,000

248 La Perouse Street, Red Hill 11/18 $1,525,000
27 Endeavour Street, Red Hill 8/19 $1,640,000
45 Quiros Street, Red Hill 4/19 $1,700,000
103 Endeavour Street, Red Hill 11/18 $1,735,000
4 Pelsart Street, Red Hill 5/19 $1,740,000

63 La Perouse Street, Griffith 4/19 $1,575,000
16 Lockyer Street, Griffith 5/19 $1,580,000
5 Wells Gardens, Griffith 3/19 $1590,000
59 Frome Street, Griffith 4/19 $1,735,000

Some comments from the owners:
There are a number of features that make the house very easy to like. It is one of the warmest houses I’ve lived in Canberra, a major benefit during cold winters like the one just passed. The double glazing throughout is wonderful. The full-house air conditioning makes it cool in summer, but the windows are arranged to catch the evening easterly breeze so passive cooling is easy.

The garden is an oasis, rhododendrons and azaleas are magnificent in spring, and the lemon trees produce superb fruit. The birdlife is all around: rosellas, king parrots, gang-gangs, and the local Bowerbird, among many others. The automatic watering system can be switched over to the 10,000 litre rainwater tank in times of water restriction, so the garden is never stressed.

The kitchen works brilliantly, everything in easy reach.

There’s plenty of off-street parking with two driveways, and the main garage has plenty of space for a small workshop.

The internet speed is excellent: the iiNet Transact cable provides a consistent 75 Mbps as standard, but the NBN node is also just across the street as an alternative.

Another excellent feature is the loads of storage space: you can find somewhere to store pretty well anything you need…