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This house will keep you in suspense

This incredible home in Canberra’s suburbs has its very own suspended glass hallway that leads over a personal lap pool.

This house will keep you in suspense

This incredible Red Hill property could be yours.Source:Supplied

Ever wanted to walk on water? Well you can – kind of at 91 Mugga Way.

With a suspended glass hallway over your personal lap pool, this home in Canberra’s elite “dress circle” of Mugga Way, Red Hill is sure to impress.

Selling agent Nicky Symon, from Ray White Canberra, says the standout property has been created with great vision and class, with the suspended hallway and heated swimming pool forming the centrepiece of the home.

Spacious living.Source:Supplied

The home has some very desirable features.Source:Supplied

“This really is a lovely home in one of Canberra’s most sought-after streets. Mugga Way is considered the dress circle,” Symon says.

“The house is divided into three pavilions (and is) a wonderful home for entertaining with really big entertaining areas.

“The two front pavilions are the original house. The entry hall connects those two pavilions to the third pavilion, which is an extension. To get to that third pavilion you cross a lovely glass bridge that lies across the lap pool. It’s beautiful.”

The 1380sqm landholding offers a five bedroom, three bathroom residence on the doorstep of the popular Red Hill Reserve.

A sizeable backyard.Source:Supplied

Just one of the spacious bedrooms.Source:Supplied

The design has incorporated full-length windows and glass panels to create an abundance of natural light and an outlook to the leafy gardens and lawn areas. The open plan design and high ceilings gives a sense of spaciousness.

The wine cellar has climate control technology, while the formal living and dining room has a wood fireplace and reverse cycle airconditioning.

As well as a regal circular driveway and garaging for two vehicles, the property has a brick-walled courtyard at the front for added privacy and security.

There is also a security system, solar panels, a water tank and automatic irrigation.

The property was last sold in 2001 for $825,000.

It will go to auction on February 15 at 11.30am.

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