Red Hill home on one of Canberra's largest blocks offered

Red Hill home on one of Canberra's largest blocks offered
Red Hill home on one of Canberra's largest blocks offered

A Red Hill trophy home on one of Canberra's largest blocks of residential land has been offered to the market.

Set on 8,037 square metres, the holding has a semi-circular drive, lawn areas, mature plantings and woodlands.

Andrew Chamberlain and Mario Sanfrancesco of Peter Blackshaw Real Estate are marketing the home.

Situated at 6 Wickham Crescent, the house comprises five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a two car garage.

Red Hill home on one of Canberra's largest blocks offered

The full brick home provides separate living and dining rooms plus a large family room area and a rumpus/games room suitable for a home theatre.

Alongside a spa room there is an inground 13 metre solar heated salt water pool, surrounded by manicured hedges and a rose garden.

A freestanding sun-drenched studio overlooks the pool and gardens.

Red Hill home on one of Canberra's largest blocks offered

According to the marketing material: "Potential exists for further improvement/development with over 950 square metres of permitted gross floor area and possible front setback of 20 metres (current dwelling setback about 52 metres) - subject to planning approval."

It is within walking distance of Red Hill Reserve, the two Canberra Grammar Schools and the Manuka shopping precinct.

The Parliamentary Triangle is nearby, and Canberra International Airport is a 15 minute drive away.

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