Located in a quiet little cul de sac in the popular south eastern part of Bungendore, this north facing home has a lot going for it.
The house has four good size bedrooms, the master is segregated from the others and has a walk in robe and an ensuite. The three other queen size bedrooms all have built ins.
The main bathroom is fitted with a bath and shower plus a separate toilet and hand basin.
Carpets in the bedrooms and floating floors in the high wear areas make this a very easy home to live in.
One of the most noticeable features is how sunny and bright the aspect is with the main living room facing the north and looking onto the verandah beyond. The kitchen is a very good size and has plenty of storage as well as a pantry. the big wide bench top could be used as a breakfast bar and off the kitchen is an open plan family/living area
Available approximately 18th December.
Outdoor pets available.
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Walk In Robe
Available from 18 Dec 2019
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