Built in 1927, this property is heritage listed and has undergone modernisation to suit today's life style.
The four bedroom house includes 3 queen sized bedrooms one with ensuite and one spacious bedroom with two single beds, It can comfortably sleep up to 8 people.
Its location, in the inner south of Canberra, is adjacent to the Parliamentary Triangle with easy access to Parliament House, Provisional Parliament House, The National Gallery of Australia, The National Portrait Gallery, The National Library, Questacon, The Australian War Memorial and other iconic sites.
Bring your bikes and ride to the Jerrabomberra Wetlands, around Lake Burley Griffin or through Commonwealth Park - All iconic tourist attractions are within a sixty minute ride.
Well behaved small dogs are welcome, so long as you ..... the guests ...... are responsible.
Easy walking distance to Manuka, Kingston and Kingston Foreshore.
Manuka, Kingston and Kingston Foreshore are well known for their diversity of Cafes, Restaurants and Bars. The Kingston Bus Depots Markets Sundays are also an easy walk from our home. This is where you can purchase arts and crafts, specialty foods, designer clothes, plants, antiques and bric-a-brac. There is something for everyone.
A rare and special opportunity to stay in one of Canberra's oldest residences.
This building is one of 14 buildings within an entire residential block, designed by the Government Architect in 1927 to service the construction workers of the Provisional Parliament House. The entire block is protected under the ACT Heritage Act and is undergoing sympathetic renovation. A visitor information pack describing the rich heritage nature of the environs is included in your stay.
Its solid brick construction, solar orientation and gas heating makes it a great place to stay - any season.
Walk to Manuka Pool - 500 metres - another Heritage listed property for a shady, kid friendly swimming pool. Open November - March inclusive.