Block size: 463 m² approx.House size: 172 m² approx.UV: $378,000 (2019)
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A dual occupancy that shares the size of a free standing home at the price of a townhouse is an opportunity not to be missed. Located just moments from the Gungahlin town centre and situated within walking distance to the new Light Rail network, 1/372 Anthony Rolfe Avenue represents an outstanding opportunity for anyone looking to purchase a four bedroom ensuite home in today's market.
The ground floor offers the master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite plus a large open plan formal lounge and dining room. Combined with the kitchen and family room to the rear this functional space is complete with stone benchtops, Electric cooking and offers stainless steel appliances. With direct level access to the rear courtyard, which is perfect for entertaining guests and secure for kids to play.
Upstairs will provide family and guests a private retreat with the additional three bedrooms all boasting built in robes. Large windows provide stunning natural light and the bathroom features floor to ceiling tiles, Spa bath with separate WC.
Features Include: - Four bedrooms - Two bathrooms - Spa bath - Floor to ceiling tiles in bathrooms - 20mm stone bench tops - Electric cooktop - Island bench - Gas hot water - Square cut cornice - Double garage - Single panel auto garage door - Internal access - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Ducted Vacuum - New paint to living areas - Low Maintenance grounds
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