Start your future in this contemporary, single level home, set on a 470m2 block with sun-drenched, northeast-facing living, built by Watt Constructions.
Newly completed, and ready for occupation, seize the opportunity to secure your home before Christmas.
With clean lines and a tasteful colour palette, the carefully thought out floorplan has been designed with the growing family in mind.
Enjoy all that the Gungahlin region has to offer, including Gungahlin Marketplace, Margaret Hendry Primary School, popular George Harcourt Inn, and just a 22-minute drive to Canberra Airport and Brindabella Business Park.
- Four bedrooms, two with ensuite bathrooms - Northeast-facing formal lounge room at front of the home - Open plan kitchen/family flowing to alfresco dining - Kitchen with soft close drawers, walk-in pantry, island bench, gas cooking and dishwasher - Ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling - Matt black fittings throughout - Custom floating vanities and rain water shower head in bathroom - Double garage with internal access and remote control doors - Alfresco dining under roofline - Easycare, landscaped gardens
Please note open homes have certain COVID-19 safety measures in place. Due to occupancy and social distancing requirements, there may be slight delays in entering the property and we thank you in advance for your patience. Check-in is mandatory. Thank you for your co-operation.
No open inspections scheduled.
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Contact Alexandra Ahkey to learn more about this property, request an inspection or take an online tour.
Saturday 18 December, 10:00am
Block Size:470 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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