By Alice Murphy For Daily Mail Australia
05:50 07 Oct 2020, updated 06:21 07 Oct 2020
- An architect has created a one-of-a-kind home in one of Canberra’s most sought-after suburbs
- The two-storey house at 8 Carrington Street in Deakin has won awards for its incredibly luxurious design
- Fitted with gold marble and imported Turkish tiles, is has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a two car garage
- Standout features include a sunken bathtub and a vacuum cleaner built into the walls of the house
- There’s also a heated swimming pool, hotel-style cabana and waterfall benchtops in the chef’s kitchen
An architect has created a one-of-a-kind house in one of Canberra’s most sought-after suburbs.
Designed by Alessandro D’Ambrosio of local firm Arkitex in 2018, the two-storey at 8 Carrington Street in Deakin has won awards for its extraordinarily luxurious design – and it’s not hard to see why.
Fitted with gold marble and imported Turkish tiles, the opulent home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a heated outdoor swimming pool and hotel-style cabana, which looks more like a fixture of a Spanish resort than something you’d find in a backyard.
Standout features include a sunken bathtub flushed into the floor of the master ensuite and a ducted vacuum cleaner built into the walls, so the lucky owners need never lug a machine around again.
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The property, which is described as ‘old charm meets the pinnacle of modern design’, has a sprawling 293 square metre living space – 51 larger than the