Block size: 1540 m² approx.Townhouse size: 197 m² approx.
Four Bedroom townhouse in a complex of six, close to Dickson Shopping Precinct
Nearing completion a sensational north facing four bedroom prestige townhouse with large courtyard in a complex of six, tucked away in a quiet side street. Walk to the Dickson Restaurant, Cafes and shopping district and moments to Braddon, O'Connor, and the City via light rail. Now available for sale with luxury finishes and a quality build by one of Canberra's most respected boutique developers. Be in for Xmas!
Call me if this could be the next move in your life.
Built by Emmadale Projects Designed by Ring and Associates Interior design by Dept. of Design Walking distance to light rail to City, Braddon, O'Connor, Australian National University Moments to Dickson Shops Ducted Reverse Cycle heating and cooling throughout(zoned) Continuous Hot water NBN Ready AEG 60cm Oven AEG Induction cooktop 38mm stone kitchen benchtops 100% wool carpets Abbey tapware throughout Under tile heating in bathrooms Solid timber floors Double electric panel garage doors Alfresco courtyard Outdoor kitchen EER 6
Please call to set up an appointment or to receive electronic information pack. Nigel 0417238945
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Block size: 1540m² (approx)
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