In the older, more popular part of Bungendore Village, you will find this well presented 3 bedroom home on just over 1000 square metre block - Perfect for the first home buyer or investors alike.
Located within the hub of the home is a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops, plus an open plan living and dining area, keeping everyone part of the action. A spacious master bedroom comes complete with a walk-thru robe and ensuite whilst the other two bedrooms are of good size each with built-in robes and are serviced by the main bathroom with separate toilet. Ducted heating and cooling, ducted vacuum and plantation shutters will you comfortable all year round.
For those who like to entertain, sliding doors provide a seamless transition to the large undercover decked alfresco area, supplementing indoor living perfectly. Just imagine BBQ's with friends and family or just having a relaxing weekend breakfast on the deck.
A double garage is attached to the home catering for car accommodation plus a separate 2 bay shed/garage at the rear, via side access, is great for extra storage for the trailers, bikes etc.
Situated within an easy stroll to the main street and all of Bungendore's conveniences including the school, shops and cafes and only a short commute to both Canberra and Queanbeyan. This property offers a relaxing village lifestyle with the convenience of the city close-by.
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