Located on a large block of 1.07Ha in a quiet cul de sac is this immaculate and well maintained four bedroom plus ensuite family home. The traditional design will appeal to those seeking segregated formal and informal living and dining rooms. There is plenty of storage throughout and the bedrooms are all spacious with built ins. Heating is by way of ducted gas, as well as an open fire in the formal lounge and a pot belly stove in the family room. There are ceiling fans in all rooms for the warmer weather. The well-appointed kitchen includes a Smeg gas top stove, upper and lower function ovens, dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space.
The home is surrounded by established gardens and mature trees and there is an outdoor entertaining area and a large in-ground pool. The house is on full town services plus an in-ground water tank with pump for watering the gardens and to top up the pool if required. There is a large double lockup garage with automatic doors, a carport, a work shed with power and garden shed. The front gate is also automatic.
Enjoy the convenience of the school bus stop just outside the gate with buses servicing the local primary and Canberra secondary schools. It is a 10 minute walk to the thriving Bungendore Village. If you have been looking for a spacious, welcoming and comfortable family home on acreage, in a private setting, and close to Bungendore Village, then inspection of this property is a must. Available from early-mid December 2019.
Available from 9 Dec 2019
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