104 Deccan Street, Goulburn

A home ahead of its time

4 BED | 3 BATH | 2 CAR

  • 104 Deccan Street, Goulburn
  • $1,200,000
  • Agency: Goulburn First National Real Estate
  • Contact: Barry McEntee 02 4822 8711
  • Inspect: By appointment

Boasting double-brick construction and 10 foot (3m) ceilings, this home now known as Killara (which is an Indegenous word meaning "always there") was built in the 1950s.

The home's design is credited to Canberran architect Kenneth Oliphant, and it "was ahead of its time," says agent Barry McEntee.

Additionally, "The interior of the home has been lovingly renovated over recent years, retaining the elegance of the home while updating it to include all expected modern conveniences," resulting in a level of comfort that you can just move into and enjoy. Also looking quite contemporary, "The stunning kitchen has been thoughtfully designed making it an absolute pleasure to use, with the added bonus of the wide windows overlooking a cheery window box and garden beyond."

Further adding to the comfort in summer and winter are ducted gas heating and electric cooling downstairs, along with reverse-cycle split air-conditioners in the main bedroom upstairs as well as in the rumpus.

In terms of layout "the floorplan offers flexible living arrangements with the fourth bedroom and ensuite situated downstairs, off the rumpus room which could easily become a living area for that bedroom, suiting many family structures."

The home also includes a double garage with lots of storage and a mezzanine floor, and the established garden can be enjoyed from the large covered verandah that benefits from the privacy and protection created by a tall bayleaf hedge.

As for its position, it "is one to be envied," overlooking Victoria Park and situated close to everything that Goulburn's CBD has to offer.

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