Three bedroom/Two bed study home with ducted heating and cooling
Offering a new construction, quality inclusions and a great use of space, this split level townhouse is comfortable and relaxed living. The modern kitchen boasts stone bench tops, gas stove top, stainless steel oven and dishwasher. Off the kitchen, there is also lots of storage underneath the stairway.
The open living area features neutral colours and an open living area that flows out to the rear private courtyard. This townhouse features an additional study/optional bedroom with skylight.
Coombs is a central location with its proximity to Woden, the Canberra City and a short drive to Mount Stromlo or the Cotter River recreation area.
Features include: Modern townhouse living North facing private rear courtyard Balcony facing the growing shopping centre Dishwasher NBN Connected Ducted heating and cooling throughout the home Solar/gas hot water Gas cooking Close to main road and bus stops
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Consent is required to keep an animal Available 15th January 2020
Available from 15 Jan 2020
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