Located on an elevated block in Moten Street overlooking the picturesque and immaculate George Cross Park, the future owners of this property will have the opportunity to appreciate the colour and beauty of all Canberra seasons courtesy of the parks beautiful array of trees including established Gum Trees. With the city and lake a comfortable walking distance and with easy access to public transport, this property location is highly sought after.
As you walk past the formal lounge and dining room through to the kitchen, family room and sunny casual dining, you will appreciate the quality and care taken by the owners who have lived in this much loved family home for many years.
The huge main bedroom, with ensuite and generous wardrobe and storage space, will suit the most fastidious buyers. Three other bedrooms, two of which look out over the park, all contain built in robes.
Sitting on a spacious 815m2 block, the kitchen, family and dining area look over the north facing established tiered back garden which captures great sunlight throughout the day.
The house has ducted heating and a split system AC unit in the family room. A double tandem garage completes the package.
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