This large property offers 9 bedrooms in total. It can be a diplomatic residence or even a corporate rental. It has been an embassy in the past and has been updated in some areas. 3 rooms on the lower floor are all near new and have their own en-suite.
The next 3 bedrooms are of original decor and the last 3 bedrooms on the top floor are of original Decor, but are generous in size. 1 of these rooms has a large desk and bookshelves great for a home business or office.
There is a modern kitchen with all the latest appliances and a 2 door fridge can be included. The informal living room is such a beautiful sun filled room. The formal lounge and dining can fit a huge table if needed and is a great formal area to entertain your guests and have functions.
This house is set on a large 4500 m2 block with generous gardens surrounding the home, and is located in the heart of Yarralumla within the diplomatic zone. With lots of private garden areas to enjoy this home is fabulous all year round.
Inspection is a must if your after a large home please do not hesitate to call or email to discuss the home on offer or book your private viewing 0429589757
Applications will be given at the viewing
Allocated Car Spaces
Electric Garage Doors
Reverse Cycle a/c
Split System a/c
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Unimproved Value:$2,960,000 (2019)
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