Namadgi Circuit draws its name from a mountain range South-West of Canberra. Where the real thing is rugged, remote and miles from civilisation, Namadgi Circuit is its polar opposite - a premium address in Gungahlin's innermost suburb, the epitome of Canberran convenience. With its enviable position to the South of the burgeoning Gungahlin Town Centre, it's easy to see why Palmerston sits atop so many wish lists.
This home is a true turnkey opportunity - for the buyer with an eye for quality, there is nothing left to do but move in and enjoy. Upon entering the home one is welcomed into the first of two living areas; a pleasant and peaceful space, with floating timber floors which join it to the heart of the home. The open plan design of the kitchen, dining and family areas make for an impressive feeling of space, complemented by top quality renovations. Stone benchtops, brand new appliances and miles of storage make this kitchen stylish and practical in equal measure.
The master bedroom enjoys full height built-in robes and two-way access to the beautifully renovated bathroom. The laundry is surprisingly large, and offers some unexpected practicality, particularly for the young family. The good news continues outside the home, as one steps out into the lush and private back garden. A mixture of paving, turf and garden beds make this area a real crowd pleaser, with ample space for the kids mini adventures. The entire yard is kept private and secure thanks to colorbond fencing at its perimeter.
Yet another surprise addition is the double garage with electric roller door, smartly configured in tandem to save on space without compromising on car accommodation. Despite its proximity to major town centres, you wont need to venture far for the essentials - Palmerston shops boasts an IGA, chemist, doctor, takeaway and more. Palmerston pre and primary schools are also within walking distance, as are the local playing fields.
Summary of features:
- Fully renovated, single level home- Free standing - Two separate living areas - Three generous bedrooms, two with built-in robes - Floating timber floors- Split system air conditioning - New kitchen with stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances - Double tandem garage with motorised roller door - Fully landscaped back garden with colorbond fencing - Located a short walk to the gungahlin town centre - Convenient location moments from the GDE - Easy access to Gungahlin & City Centre - EER: 2.5 - Property size: 147 m2 - Living area: 108 m2 - Garage: 39 m2 - Year built: 1992 - Rates: $615 p.q. - Land tax (investors only): $849 p.q. - Strata levies: $488 p.q.
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