Classic Campbell, Canberra home sold for $1.17 million

Classic Campbell, Canberra home sold for $1.17 million
Classic Campbell, Canberra home sold for $1.17 million

A classic home at Campbell has been sold for $1.17 million, the most expensive Canberra home sale the weekend.

Located at 25 Jacka Crescent, the single level property features a formal lounge with slow combustion fireplace making it ideal for families.

The informal living area has views of the rear garden with original Rudi Jass water fountain and birdbath and verandahs.

French doors from both living areas go out towards the alfresco area for entertainment.

Featuring three bedrooms, all with built-ins, two bathrooms and cedar windows in most rooms while the master bedroom will have an ensuite.

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The kitchen features stone bench tops, integrated dishwasher and walk-in pantry.

Other features includes back-to-base alarm system, automatic irrigation system, single car carage with adjoining carport and timber flooring.

Lake Burley Griffin, CBD, Mount Ainslie and local shops and restaurants are within close proximity of the property.

It last sold in 2013 for $860,000 and $697,000 in 2007.

The property was offered through Peter Blackshaw Real Estate agent Debbie Maddigan.

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