13 Canterbury Crescent,Deakin
13 Canterbury Crescent, Deakin ACT, Australia
Nestled in a tightly-held precinct and offering a lush park-like 1,452m2 holding, this original and unique Palm Springs style entertainer’s residence of generous proportions (approx. 285m2) is surrounded by superb street appeal opposite the distinguished Prime Minister’s Lodge with substantial parkland surrounds. Designed in 1959 by acclaimed Melbourne architects, Chancellor and Patrick, renowned for respecting Usonian house principles, the recently renovated home offers a light and bright contemporary lifestyle through generous floor to ceiling windows throughout. Embracing the clean lines of mid-century modern design, Canberra’s original and iconic Palm Springs home focuses on easy-living offering expansive lounge, separate dining and open plan living areas with wonderful aspect to private entertaining courtyard with swimming pool and lush gardens. The luxe designer kitchen with high quality appliances, stone benchtops and separate pantry compliment the meal booth and living areas. A complimentary mix of timber, tiles and carpet adorn the house throughout. The home includes five generous bedrooms with an ensuite, two bathrooms and separate study. Wonderful lush segregated gardens offer fabulous play opportunities for children whilst its locality allows for a short stroll/drive to Manuka Village, Deakin shopping centre, City and Woden.