Located in the prestigious Inner South suburb of Griffith this well-presented solid 3/4 bedroom double brick home is set in a quiet leafy street on a large level block with sunny aspects. Full of character and charm this home boasts high ceilings and timber sash windows, with the 3 front bedrooms and balcony awash with morning sun, an extended living area with large kitchen provides a flexible open living space that connects to the rear garden, which is ideal for entertaining and perfect for children to play. The detached solid brick garage provides the perfect opportunity to create a studio or workshop space, with secure driveway parking also available.
The location is one of Canberra's finest, in an established suburban setting, so close to the Parliamentary Triangle, Lake Burley Griffin and Kingston Foreshore, with the vibrant Manuka precinct, Griffith sporting ovals and top-rated schools just a stone's throw away. Nestled in natural bush surrounds, achieving a balanced lifestyle has never been easier with nature reserves and golf clubs close by.
Features Include: • Ducted gas heating • Large level block • North facing • 4 bedroom or 3-bed + formal lounge/dining/study/office • Bathroom and separate toilet • Secure parking with single lock up garage, off-street parking for 3 or 4 cars and 2 separate storage areas • Delightful sunny established garden with trees, veggie gardens, garden beds • BBQ and alfresco areas • Close to Manuka Village, Kingston, Foreshore, Parliamentary Triangle, schools, transport.
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