Block size: 990 m² approx.House size: 191 m² approx.
Brand new family home within a sought after address
This notable property is set over 228sqm and makes a statement in rare style and sophistication that establishes a superb living and entertaining environment. It makes a lasting impression with flowing proportions, light-filled interiors and a high quality of finishes that all combine to provide an exceptional home. The light filled stylish kitchen overlooks the spacious family and dining area with 3.6m ceilings and large sliding doors which extend onto the covered alfresco. Located in one of Canberra's most central suburbs, the property sits on the high side of a quiet street with mountain views and is within moments of Woden Town Centre, Canberra Hospital and excellent schools. · Internal living 187sqm, 21sqm alfresco, 41sqm garage · Four generous sized bedrooms with built-in robes, master with walk-in robe and ensuite · Chic modern kitchen with 40mm stone benchtops, 900mm stainless appliances and walk-in butler's pantry, as well as a free flowing open plan living and dining area with 3.6m ceilings · Separate formal lounge, 2.7 ceilings throughout the home · Engineered timber oak flooring, 100% New Zealand wool carpet on upper · Reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning, skylights in family/dining · Separate powder room for guests · Undercover alfresco area, fully tiled and gas connection · Oversized double garage, remote and internal access.
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Block size: 990m² (approx)
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