Block size: 658 m² approx.House size: 326 m² approx.UV: $490,000 (2019)
Enjoy comfortable and modern living, in this spacious, well-designed house with large easy-care backyard
* Two master bedrooms, both with his and her sinks and walk-in-robes * Four larger than normal bedrooms, plus a separate study area * Stunning modern kitchen with the highest quality Bosch appliances (built-in microwave, dishwasher, induction cook-top and top-end oven) plus spacious walk-in pantry * Well designed floor plan to maximise comfort, ease-of-living and use-of-space * Four living areas, study area and tiled outdoor alfresco * A large easy-care backyard designed to require minimal upkeep * High-quality inclusions and finishes, including double-glazed windows * Generous internal storage throughout, including a garage workshop or gym area
Located in the Crace Hilltops near the nature reserve and children's parks, and five minutes' walk to the local shops and cafes.
If you're looking for an amazing, easy-living house in a top Canberra suburb, then you've found the right place!
Call Matt on 0423 188 185 or Lani on 1418 861 51 to arrange a time to view.
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Block Size:658 m² (approx)
House Size:326 m² (approx)
Unimproved Value:$490,000 (2019)
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