There is a distinct appeal at 50 Gledden Street, Chifley. Set back from the street behind fully manicured gardens, this brand-new residence places itself effortlessly within this established street.
Elegance and quality underpin the finishes of the home, grand 5.5m ceilings allow natural light to fill the main living and dining areas that are connected outside by large floor to ceiling double glazed windows.
Chifley benefits from its close proximity to the re-developed Woden Town Centre, Canberra Hospital and a short 15-minute commute to the City Centre.
Features Include: - Brand new residence - Built by award winning Papas Projects - Northerly aspect - Multiple living areas - Oak timber flooring to ground floor with Ash timber highlights throughout - High loop piles carpet to upper floor - Large gourmet kitchen with 20mm engineered 'Essastone' stone bench tops and a waterfall edge - Premium 'Miele' pyrolytic oven and induction cooktop - Integrated 'Miele' dishwasher - Custom 'Polytec' joinery throughout - Two master bedrooms with WIRs/ BIR and en-suites - Additional two bedrooms with BIRs - Separate bathroom upstairs and an additional ground floor powder room - Porcelain floor to ceiling tiles to bathrooms - Under-tile heating to bathrooms - Two separate ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling systems - Double glazed windows throughout - Motion sensor security system with CCTV cameras - Fully manicured landscaped gardens with irrigation - Large double garage - Less than 2-minute drive to Chifley Shops - Less than 5-minute drive to Woden Town Centre - Less than 15-minute drive to Canberra City
Total living: 191.24m² Upper Living: 61.88m² Ground Living: 129.36m²
Garage: 39.72m² Block Size: 474m²
Built: 2019 EER: 6
Rates: $2902 p.a (approx.) Body Corporate: $1450 p.a (approx.)
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