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An iconic design from the small house book of home and garden 1957 and at the time built for Mr & Mrs Ron Hamblyn.
When I bought it 10 years ago it needed modernising and I've mostly replaced and renovated just about everything, being conscious along the way to keep it in the mid-century modern style and keep the same footprint.
I’ve always been a fan of Rose Seidler House, the likes of Architects Richard Neutra and Frank Lloyd Wright and the mid-century modernist design in general, this home was probably the closest I could get to it!
Perched in an elevated position with fabulous views and just a couple of blocks back from the main street it has an ideal north east aspect and is uniquely situated.
Filled with natural light I loved the grand front stairs, the flat roof, the way it was nestled into the site next to the park and the fact that it sits proudly in one of Yass' best streets.
Clean lines and easy flow connects with wonderful indoor and outdoor spaces. Included are: 4 extra spacious bedrooms all with built in robes, super-sized master suite with double doors onto the deck and a very generous ensuite bathroom with bath and double Caesar stone sinks, a stylish main bathroom with separate WC, wonderful sunny kitchen with views of the garden, stainless steel appliances, island bench and Caesar stone bench tops. The glamorous dining room includes a stunning chandelier, the formal sitting room includes a Cheminees Philippe fireplace and the separate family room has views from every corner.
Warm and cosy ducted gas heating throughout plus RC/AC. A large entertaining deck, easy care gardens, garage with separate workshop and plenty of under house storage complete the picture.