Combining village lifestyle with low maintenance living, this four-bedroom ensuite home is set in the picturesque Milleara Estate, which has become synonymous with quality family living. Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac, perfect for the growing family, and a short stroll to buzzing cafes, restaurants and galleries, while only a half hour drive into Canberra. A spacious entry foyer leads to well-designed living areas, including a formal lounge room, kitchen and breakfast bar overlooking the family room, and a formal dining room. Glass doors open out to a huge undercover veranda, perfect for entertaining friends and family, or for enjoying quiet afternoon drinks after a hard day at work. Two large bedrooms at ground level provide the flexibility of a downstairs master bedroom, while upstairs, two more large bedrooms, filled with light by dormer and roof windows, share an ensuite. A double ended walk in robe provides the wow factor in the master suite. An extra deep double garage with internal access sits under the same roofline. This fantastic family home is a must to inspect today. - Segregated formal lounge and family rooms plus formal dining area - Entertainers kitchen opening onto living/outdoor areas - Flexible bedroom arrangements - Year round comfort with ducted air-conditioning and gas heating - Extra deep double garage with internal access and auto door - Large outdoor undercover entertaining area and secure yard - 22,500L tank plumbed to toilets, laundry, irrigation - A short stroll to local shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries - 25km from Queanbeyan - Leased on a month to month basis at $600 per week
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