Mid-century mod makes a comeback in Narrabundah home

A leafy back garden, plenty of storage and a location close to schools and shops will ensure the appeal of this Narrabundah home.

Families will find plenty to like about four big bedrooms and a study as well as access to a sizeable deck shaded under a sprawling tree canopy.


This beautifully-presented weatherboard house sits on an elevated, but manageable 562-square-metre block on popular Carnegie Crescent.

Its lower level is dedicated to a two-car garage with an abundance of storage areas and a separate carport. The amount of storage space allows for different options including a home office, rumpus room, wine cellar, man cave and more.


Internal access leads upstairs to an expansive modern kitchen with more storage and stainless-steel appliances.

The living level has timber flooring throughout and offers a generous living and dining area.

The main bedroom, kitchen and study open onto the outdoor space whose central feature is a large timber deck built around a mature, shady tree. There's a good patch of lawn for extra play areas for children and pets.


St Benedict's primary school is just 700 metres away, Telopea High School, 2.6 kilometres and Canberra Grammar, a couple of suburbs away.

Carnegie Crescent is also close to the Manuka and Kingston shops, Fyshwick fresh food markets and the parliamentary triangle.

PRICE GUIDE: $950,000-plus EER: 0.5

AGENT: Richard Davies & Ryan Broadhurst, Belle Property Kingston, 0414 517 658 & 0417 513 896

AUCTION: Saturday, December 9, 12.30pm, on-site

4 bed 2 bath 3 parking

This story Mid-century mod makes a comeback in Narrabundah home first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.