From the landscaped front garden and charming porch the home opens to reveal spaciously interconnected living areas flowing from the front foyer, each accentuating the seamless indoor to outdoor flow and easy access to the expansive alfresco entertaining areas. This is a character and charm filled family home situated on the Turner side of O'Connor, it offers comfortable family living only minutes from the City, ANU, CSIRO, schools, and the bustling social hub of O'Connor and Braddon.
Owner consent required for keeping pets
No EER is available for this property - Five spacious bedrooms with built-in robes, large study - Oversized segregated master, wall to ceiling robes plus ensuite - Open plan kitchen dining and living, separate lounge with fireplace - Main bathroom with bath and separate shower - Cathedral ceiling in dining, ceiling throughout exceed 2.7m - Ducted gas heating upstairs, in-slab heating in tiled areas - Good north orientation, LED downlights in living areas, alarm system - Alfresco area - Fully automatic irrigation system to all gardens, 5500l water tank - Garage with internal access plus ample visitor parking - Rent paid fortnightly in advance
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