Luxe retreat with dual outdoor entertaining spaces
Beautifully presented with a distinct focus on contemporary luxury, this designer home perfectly combines symmetry, space and flow across two levels. Enjoying a position within the leafy suburb of Lawson, it's wonderfully central to an array of amenities.
- Bright and fresh interiors enhance the 126 metre living zone - Dual courtgardens cater for alfresco meals or entertaining - Deluxe kitchen has Miele gas cooktop, stone/steel island bar - Three bedrooms, two adjoin balcony plus master with ensuite - Glass doors open to shower and bathtub in decadent bathroom - Rumpus/study space, timber floors, high ceilings - Suited to a young family or couple seeking stylish living - Internal access through to oversized double lock-up garage - Close to parks by Lake Ginninderra, Belconnen CBD/Westfield - Minutes from University of Canberra and amenities of Kaleen
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