Block size: 405 m² approx.House size: 212 m² approx.
Immaculate Family Home in Taylor
An amazing family home filled plenty of light to enjoy living daily is now available to purchase. The home is located in the newest suburb of Gungahlin, this architecturally designed and built with attention to details feature spacious family areas, 4-good size bedrooms & double garage with internal access.
The main bedroom boast ensuite, walk-in robe & secluded from all other bedrooms. The dazzling kitchen is the centre of attention in this home and feature high quality stainless-steel appliances, plenty of storage and shelf space will be a treat for everyone who enjoy spending time behind the counter creating new treats for loved ones. To make life comfortable, this home feature reverse cycle ducted heating & cooling system, easy-care landscaping allowing you to spend and enjoy time with loved ones. Call Alvin now before you miss this one.
Property Features :
- Rumpus room at rear - Four Spacious bedrooms - Large family area leading to under roofline alfresco & backyard - Dazzling kitchen with stone bench tops & shelving pantry - Stainless steel appliances - Ducted heating & cooling system throughout - High ceiling & Colourbond roof - Double Glaze Windows throughout - Separate Laundry and Powder room - Quality window furnishing/blinds - Easy care landscaping - Pond, walking & bicycle tracks all nearby - Proximity to public transport - Minutes to Gungahlin Town Centre
- Land Size: 405 Sqm - House Size: 212 Sqm Approx - EER: 6.0 - Approx. Rental: $680-$700 per week
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