Private family home in one of Canberra's most prestigious suburbs!
Located close to the City, this architect designed, solar passive home was constructed in 1999 to produce a great energy efficiency rating which still stands today.
This two storey, dual occupancy residence, promotes modern, private and spacious living with four bedrooms and a study.
As you walk through the entry, an open plan kitchen lounge and dining awaits you. Double glazed cedar framed windows and doors open out to the relaxing covered patio.
This home has so many features, which include: -Four bedrooms- three with built in wardrobes -Ensuite and private balcony off the main bedroom -Study -Open plan living, dining and kitchen areas -Separate sitting/family room -Underfloor heating and ceiling fans -Oversized automatic door single garage with workshop space -Additional uncovered car space -Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen -Low maintenance front and back yard -Established front garden offering privacy -Rainwater tank
With so many features and within walking distance to the City, local primary and high schools, local and City bus stops, the Australian War Memorial and Mount Ainslie walking tracks, this home is great value! Please email your interest to email@example.com
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