What you see: An adaptive family home with space to escape. A segregated master on the ground floor with living room, walk in robe plus ensuite and then again on the top floor. Need space?
What we see: Potential, lifestyle and family... making memories together... or apart! in each of the three living areas!
- Five-bedroom Two-ensuite home - Cesar stone bench tops to Kitchen - Stainless steel kitchen appliances - 2.7m Ceilings to living areas downstairs - 2.4 m Ceilings to upstairs - Double doors from family room to alfresco - Zoned reverse cycle ducted heating and cooling - Continuous gas hot water - Large third bathroom - Four W/c throughout - Low maintenance surrounds - Sealed concrete walkway around home - Double garage with internal access - Alarm system - NBN to the premises - Located across from park - Views to Mt Majura and Mt Ainslie. - Moments to Light Rail Network - Moments to Gungahlin Town Centre - Moments to Harrison local Schools - Moments to local Woolworths - 15 minutes to the City
EER: 5.0 Living area: 255 sqm Alfresco: 40 sqm Garage area: 40 sqm Under Roof: 335 sqm Block size: 469 sqm Built: 2013 UCV: $354,000 Rates: $2,691 pa
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