Four bedroom Crace house sold for $1,157,000

Four bedroom Crace house sold for $1,157,000
Four bedroom Crace house sold for $1,157,000

A four bedroom Crace house has sold for $1,157,000, making it Canberra’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 30 Ivory Street, the 555 square metre property includes high-end inclusions and finishes.

It last sold in 2013 for $336,000.

It features four bedrooms, with the master bedroom having its own ensuite and walk-in robe.

There are three designer bathrooms included all with stone benchtops.

The kitchen came with 40 millimetre Calcutta caesarstone benchtop, two SMEG ovens, 900 millimetre Miele Induction Cooktop, 900 Miele Rangehood, Bosch dishwasher and soft-close drawers.

There is also a walk-in pantry finished with 40 millimetre Calcutta caesarstone benchtops and mirrored splashbacks.

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The Ultraluxe alfresco has a ceiling fan, two outdoor heaters and built-in speaker system while the outdoors has a built-in BBQ area with custom cabinets, BBQ, storage, sink and wine fridge.

A huge concrete space is available to the side of the property making it perfect for trailer, boat or caravan.

Crace shops, Gungahlin Town Centre and Canberra Centre are a short drive away.

The property was offered through Luton agents Jason Roses and Adrian Giampietro.

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