Bushland-surrounded Deakin, Canberra house sold for $1,455,000

Bushland-surrounded Deakin, Canberra house sold for $1,455,000
Bushland-surrounded Deakin, Canberra house sold for $1,455,000

A house set against a bushland backdrop at Deakin has been sold for $1,455,000, making it Canberra’s most expensive weekend sale.

Located at 22 Galway Place, the 1073 square metre property was designed by architect John Scollay and has been preserved in its original condition.

Entrance foyer leads to the north facing formal living room, which features built-in book shelves and open fireplaces.

Adjacent to the living room is the dining area, which connects to the rear garden.

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Timber kitchen features large laundry area, Westinghouse electric upright stove and cupboard space.

The family room/play area has three bedroom cubicle, each with their own built-in desk and wardrobe alongside two separate bedrooms, also each with their own built-in wardrobes.

There is an opportunity to add a second storey to the property due to the flat roof and solid construction.

The property was offered through Luton Properties agent Geraldine Collison.

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