Hughes home sells for $1,665,000 - Canberra's most expensive weekend auction sale

Hughes home sells for $1,665,000 - Canberra's most expensive weekend auction sale
Hughes home sells for $1,665,000 - Canberra's most expensive weekend auction sale

A four bedroom house at Hughes has sold for $1.665 million making it Canberra’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

The home at 18 Goble Street was marketed as having “unquestionable style and grandeur”.

Built in 2012 it last sold for $485,000 in 2003.

It features three living areas and a multi-purpose room, media room and home office. There is also a study available.

The second living area is adjacent to the open plan kitchen and dining area which leads to the outdoor entertainment area.

Chef’s kitchen features a Caesarstone benchtop, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry with second oven.

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Upstairs are the bedrooms with two having built-ins while the guest bedroom has its own walk-in robe.

Master bedroom features custom-designed walk-through robe and ensuite.

Outdoor features a solar heated pool and landscaped garden.

Other feature include a double garage with additional off-street parking.

Woden Plaza, shops and public transport are all within close proximity of the property.

The property was offered through Peter Blackshaw Real Estate agents Mario Sanfrancesco and David Stokes.

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