This beautifully presented home boasts light filled interiors with a versatile floor plan and offers a wonderful opportunity to live in one of Canberra's most prestigious estates. Boasting a generous floor plan including distinct living areas, over-sized kitchen, five bedrooms, a study and a rumpus room, this home offers space and comfort for any family. Surrounded by Golf Course, stunning views and quality home, this property is an entertainers dream. Offering a large undercover patio area with peaceful outlook. This property is a must see when looking for your next home.
- Interiors offer distinct living and dining spaces - Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling for year round comfort - Alarm and intercom and the added convenience of a ducted vacuum - Designer kitchen offers gas cooking and ample cupboard space - Six bedrooms, or five bedrooms and a study - Undercover entertaining area with undercover deck - Choice of formal and informal living areas and a downstairs rumpus - Within close proximity to parks, walking tracks and reserves - Please register your details to be advised of upcoming inspections - Two carports offer additional parking - Double lock up garage with internal access - Tenant must seek the Landlord's consent for a pet
Available from 26 Nov 2019
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