Landmark Franklin beauty poised to claim new sales record

No. 4 Oodgeroo Ave in Franklin is for sale.

A landmark residence in the truest sense, this remarkable suburban mansion in Franklin is expected to set a new sales record for the Gungahlin region.

Designed by Sydney-based architect Iftekhar Abdullah, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 4 Oodgeroo Avenue is set on an 856sqm landholding with a generous 460sqm of internal living space.

Selling agent Anish Sebastian, from Confidence Real Estate – Belconnen, said the property was a local spectacle that had already attracted considerable interest, including several pre-auction offers.

“Everybody knows this home,” Mr Sebastian said.

Plenty of room in the backyard.

Luxury.

“We have had heaps of interest. Many people are telling me it’s their dream home.”

According to realestate.com.au data, the current record for Franklin stands at $1.863 million for 6 Alice Crist Street, which sold in March this year.

With a plethora of glass panes creating an almost atrium-style dining room, the Oodgeroo Avenue property has a light and bright ambience and generous proportions with high ceilings and a gracious foyer.

There are three separate living areas, including formal spaces, an ‘entertainment centre’ and another spacious living area off the kitchen.

The kitchen.





The home, built in 2012, also has ducted heating and cooling.

Mr Sebastian said Canberra’s COVID lockdown had had little impact on the property market with plenty of buyers and sellers still out in force, feverishly seeking out deals.

“I can tell you one thing, since this lockdown started and I’ve been working from home and my colleagues are working from home, I’ve signed nine listings,” he said.

“And once the lockdown is eased, I have 17 properties to bring to market.”

The property is due to go to auction on 11 September at 2pm.

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