Nest II Residence

Lawson

NEST II presents 35 architecturally designed villas set in the heart of burgeoning Lawson.
These two- and three-bedroom residences offer a quality of living that will exceed your expectations. For the second edition of NEST, TP Dynamics partnered with Stewart Architecture to achieve a refined and modern home that is generous, stylish and quite simply, beautiful.

About Nest II

NEST II’s stepped blue-grey roofs, earthy brickwork and ample glazing evoke the design-forward Sydney and Melbourne regional styles evident in Canberra’s early townhouses of the 1970s.

The two-storey residences offer flexibility, with five different floorplans catering for a range of needs. The nine north-facing dwellings on Jumbuck Crescent include dramatic 4.8m-high ceilings in the central living area, filling interiors with natural light.

Miele appliances, waterfall granite benchtops, timber flooring to living areas and ducted heating and cooling guarantee that the impact continues as you move through these contemporary homes.

All come with secure parking and internal access.

Location

The suburb, named after poet and writer, Henry Lawson, is nestled on the gentle slopes of Reservoir Hill. NEST II wraps around three streets in Lawson’s centre: Jumbuck Crescent, Overflow Street and Stockman Avenue. A short stroll up or down the hill will land you in nature, with sweeping views across Lake Ginninderra and the ranges.

Lawson is directly opposite the University of Canberra and a short drive away from several major medical, educational and sporting facilities including: University of Canberra Hospital, Calvary Hospital, the Australian Institute of Sport, Radford College, Canberra Institute of Technology and Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Residents are spoiled for choice with Westfield Belconnen, Gungahlin Town Centre and the City all within a 15-minute drive.

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