A striking modern facade instantly sets the tone for this impeccably presented and stylish family home. There are four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage and generous living spaces that combine to ensure an abode that is perfectly crafted for contemporary comfort.
High ceilings and laminate timber floors are on show throughout much of the home while the abundance of double glazed windows draws in natural light. From the kitchen, you can overlook the living and dining space with any passionate foodie sure to appreciate the 900mm gas cooktop, the Caesarstone benchtops, dishwasher and walk-in pantry.
Outside, you can host guests in style on the covered deck as the kids and family pet explore the fully fenced yard.
This low-maintenance abode is beautifully appointed with everything you could ever wish for. There’s a walk-in robe to the master, a study nook and instantaneous gas hot water along with a drive-through from the garage, reverse cycle air-conditioning and a rainwater tank. You will live close to walking trails, schools and parks along with shops, bus stops and the heart of Canberra.
Fast Facts: Built 2019 Living 167 m2 Block 396m2 approx 4 bed 2 bath 2 car Low maintenance living Walking trails nearby Walk in robe Laminate timber flooring Double glazed windows Double garage with drive through Instantaneous gas hot water Fully fenced High ceilings Study nook 900m gas cooktop Ceasar stone bench tops Walk in pantry Dishwasher Water tank Covered deck Reverse cycle air conditioning
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