Function & flexibility go hand in hand with this lovingly revamped multi-bedroomed family home.
Adjacent to the dining room is a truly magnificent eat-in kitchen - snow white cabinetry contrasts powerfully with the black Caesarstone bench tops & dove-grey glass splashbacks. They pay homage to an Electrolux under bench oven, Schott electric hot plates, Fisher & Paykel double-drawer dishwasher & stainless steel range hood. A sunny north orientation ensures this room to be a welcoming haven most mornings.
The long hallway also has hardwood flooring & interestingly, the white-painted timber wall panelling assists in re-imagining this space for a possible collection of select art work.
All the bedrooms are of a reasonable size & have ample natural light streaming through them. One to the rear with its own sliding door appears to have been designed to be utilised as a home business office with external access, or perhaps a hobby room. A central casual living area segregates some of the bedrooms from the rest & this room could usefully function as a home study if desired.
The tiled-to-the-ceiling bathroom had been renovated some time ago but still retains several practical & aesthetically pleasing features - an inviting bath tub, huge vanity unit with storage, Tastic heater/light & neutral palette to name a few. A similarly styled separate WC is nearby. Temperature control is more than adequately covered with ducted gas heating & evaporative cooling.
Within the bountiful backyard the triple tandem-style car accommodation includes a lock-up garage.
There's also another two large sheds which should solve any storage requirements. A raised garden bed with shrubs & a mix of organic vegetable plantings are complemented by a lemon tree, rosemary bush & some cropped lawn for the kids or pets to play upon
An easy stroll to the local primary school & shops or a short drive to the amenities of Kippax shopping or Belconnen town centres. We'd say this Belconnen beauty is an opportunity too good to miss!
• 5 bedrooms plus a study • Bathroom with separate shower and bath • Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances (all electric) plus a dishwasher and fridge • Updated laundry & bathroom • Hardwood flooring throughout • Ducted gas heating • Evaporative cooling • Quiet loop street • Triple tandem style car accommodation • Covered entertaining area • Situated in a quiet loop street a short stroll from parkland • Pets considered on application
Energy Efficiency Rating: No Known EER
In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors' consent to keep pet/s at this property.
The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
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