This spacious family home located on a large 1630m2 block in the sought-after Woden area boasts an open-plan formal lounge and dining area plus a family room with separate meals area leading onto an updated kitchen.
The property features four bedrooms with a paved entertainment area leading out to the garden with plenty of room for the kids to play.
Features include: - Four bedrooms - Two bathrooms - Ducted gas heating - Reverse cycle air conditioner in the family room - Oversized single garage with storage - Undercover carport - Garden shed
Located within a short stroll to parkland, local schools, Pearce shopping precinct and a short drive to Woden and City Centres.
Available 20 December 2019 EER: 3.5 Applicants are required to seek consent from the lessor to keep pets on the premises.
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Ducted Gas Heating
Available from 20 Dec 2019
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