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33 Lambrigg Street, a unique offering of a brand-new, designer, 4-bedroom home in one of Woden's most sought-after suburbs. This home offers a ground level main bedroom with ensuite & walk-in robe, high-quality fixtures & finishes throughout, double garaging & a private alfresco entertaining area overlooking the backyard.
The kitchens are fully equipped with Bosch European appliances including gas cooktop, oven, dishwasher & SMEG undermount rangehood. Also offering plenty of storage, 40mm stone benchtops, & timber veneer overhead cupboards ensuring you will be the envy of your family and friends. The bathrooms feature modern inclusions, floor to ceiling tiles with feature wall, wall hung vanity's and semi frame-less shower screens.
The living area will have a warm, cosy feeling with engineered oak flooring throughout as well as the combined meals/living that opens out to a covered alfresco area complete with strip heating to ensure year-round entertaining.
The whole family will feel at home here for years to come. The kids can enjoy the local parklands & oval less than 100m away & a range of local reputable schools including Farrer Primary which is a simple stroll away, Pearce's Marist College & Melrose High School that are only a short bike ride away.
Your groceries are just a couple of kilometres down the road in the Mawson centre with Westfield Woden & the town centre clubs & amenities only 4 kilometres away. Even the Canberra Hospital is less than 4 kilometres away. Farrer also boasts a scout hall for the local Long Gully group & 3 playgrounds.
This easy-care home offers an ease of lifestyle that is hard to compete with & makes no compromise with high quality inclusions & finishes that have been selected to complement your ideal location lifestyle.
Inclusions & features: - 144m² of living - Double-glazed windows & sliding doors - Designer kitchen - Stone benchtops - Bosch appliances - High ceilings - Fully ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning - Double garage with internal access - Private, north-facing, fully landscaped open spaces - Excellent energy efficiency & cross-ventilation - Timber flooring throughout living areas - Landscaped gardens - Low maintenance - EER 6.0
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