Tri- level four bedroom family home, located in the heart of Gungahlin only minutes to the shopping centre. This home features spacious bedrooms with plenty of storage, and an oversized rumpus or fourth bedroom on the top floor. Outside you will find large private rear courtyard with double lock up garage.
Features include: - 4 bedrooms, or 3 plus large rumpus - Large master bedroom with ensuite - Powder room and separate laundry - Main bathroom with bathtub - Split system heating and cooling - Double lock up garage - Plenty of storage - Kitchen with stainless steel appliances
EER: Unknown Available now Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Large Rumpus Or Fourth Bedroom
Master With Ensuite
Open Plan Living
Tri Level Home
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