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Nestled in the heart of Kaleen, the delightful and attractive, privately built home stands proudly facing north to the front. The appealing residence was thoughtfully designed and built with exacting finishes and attention to detail, by a craftsman Builder, for his own family.
On a block of approximately 772 sq.m, of richly planted gardens, the gorgeous snow drops, daffodils, daisies and violets introduce spring, while the magnificent magnolia, camellias, fuchsia, perfumed roses, chrysanthemums and rhododendron provide a riot of colour. The summer fruit bearing persimmon, pecan, nectarine, fig, plum, apricot, orange, lemon and apple trees are a veritable orchard and will continue to provide bountiful harvests.
Upon entering the much loved family home, the enclosed sitting room at the front provides a sunny, quiet, private and relaxing spot to welcome and meet with friends.
The main dwelling provides overall living size of approximately 169m2 and flows beyond, opening to the elegant and generously sized main living room, which then links through to the sizable formal dining room.
The kitchen offers vast food preparation benches, a new oven, glass cooktop and an abundance of cupboards and drawers. Ample space provided within allows for an 'eat-in' kitchen, ensuring cosy mealtimes are shared.
All four bedrooms are light, bright and spacious, offering built in wardrobes, whilst bedroom three features a study desk. The master suite benefits from an ensuite, whilst the main bathroom provides a bath, shower and the w.c. is separate.
There are beautiful polished timber floors throughout, some rooms have mixed coverings.
Well maintained throughout the years, the much loved family home offers a multitude of extras to the fortunate new owner. The Daikin ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning is energy efficient and ensures year around comfort.
There is a huge and separate laundry with storage, convenient internal access to the large garage with workshop and automatic roller door, plus the tandem carport is fully enclosed.
Included in the initial plan for the home, was the fantastic cellar, which has power and is accessed via the back garden. Along the side wall are four massive water tanks, with pump, in total 8,000 litres.
The quality of soil in the expansive vegetable patches has been improved over the years, and yielded crops of tomatoes, horseradish, fennel, lettuce, radicchio, spinach, onions, broad beans and strawberries, as well as herbs such as thyme and oregano.
From special # 64 it is an easy walk to the excellent local schools and shops, parks and bike paths as well as public transport.
-Sunroom -Entrance hallway -Elegant formal lounge and separate dining room -Large, eat-in kitchen with new oven -Main bathroom plus ensuite -Polished flooring throughout, some rooms with mixed coverings -Plenty of storage -NBN -Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning -Underfloor insulation -Internal access to the brick garage with automatic door -Tandem carport -Workshop -Pergola entertainment area -Purpose built wine cellar -Considered 'in area' for a selection of highly regarded schools, ranging from pre-school to primary plus high school. -Walk or ride to the University of Canberra, Calvary Hospital as well as the University Hospital -Proximity to Lake Ginninderra
UV $460,000 (Approx) Rates: $3,118.00 (Approx)
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Unimproved Value:$460,000 (2020)
Land Tax (Residential):$4,615*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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