Situated within the sought after 'Ambiente' development in Wright, is this well-proportioned three-bedroom ensuite townhouse with views. Featuring a sunny open plan living space, segregated bedrooms and secure single garage with access through to the courtyard. This floor plan allows you to entertain with ease and preserve your comfort and privacy when needed. All in a convenient location and within walking distance to an abundance of amenities including new schools, shops & playgrounds, plus Mount Stromlo is right at your doorstep.
- Modern design - 2700mm high ceilings to lower level - 2400mm high ceilings to upper level - Oversized spacious bedrooms - Built-in robes - Open plan living - High quality curtains to all sliding doors - Quality roller blinds to all windows - Modern kitchen with quality appliances - Caesarstone benchtops - Downstairs powder room - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Spacious courtyard front & rear, great for entertaining - Instantaneous hot water - Secure single garage with access to the courtyard. - Frontage overlooking park - Proximity to local shops, schools, Cooleman court, and major arterial roads. - Views of Mt Stromlo - Plenty of off-street parking - Pool & BBQ facilities in the complex
GET TO KNOW WRIGHT
Wright is located in Molonglo Valley, north of Cotter Road and west of John Gorton Drive. It is named in honour of Judith Wright, a poet, environmentalist and Aboriginal land rights advocate. The first homes were built in Wright in 2012. The Master plan for Wright embraces the natural environment with the incorporation of wide tree-lined streets, open space, parks and cycle paths that connect the suburb. The majority of dwellings throughout the suburb are also an 800m walk to high frequency public transport. Residents enjoy exceptional access to surrounding facilities such as Stromlo Forest Park, the Molonglo River corridor and the National Arboretum Canberra. The suburb is serviced by high frequency public transport and easily links to Canberra's exceptional road networks.
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