Enjoy park side living in a well-established and sought after suburb with this beautifully maintained home boasting character and spacious gardens. Situated close to schools, parks and local shopping and only a short walk to Lake Burley Griffith, this peaceful setting offers exceptional convenience. There is an additional bathroom off the workshop at the rear of the garage.
- Established home set opposite an expansive park - Additional bathroom to the rear of the garage - Two spacious bedrooms with the third more suited to a study - Wide windows fill the living area and bedroom with sunlight - Generous sized deck overlooking the private gardens - Parquetry timber flooring, gas appliances to the kitchen - Open plan living/dining area featuring a fireplace - Updated internal bathroom with bath - Double detached garage and ample off street parking - Walking distance to the local shops and schools - Applicants are required to seek permission to keep pets - Energy efficiency rating is unknown - Available 26th May 2020
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