116 Malbon Street has street appeal to burn, it is a real stand out with period features, lovingly restored and complimented by contemporary comforts such as hydronic heating, plush new carpets and an on trend paint scheme.
This home is fresh and bright and you can move straight in and not do a thing, just unpack, add ice and enjoy.
Positioned on a corner block, the front faces the east allowing for morning sun and an Osborne Street outlook. The entertaining and living areas are on the northern side of the house meaning they are light and bright, the wrap around verandah provides a welcoming place to sit overlooking the established and low maintenance garden on this 889sqm block, french doors open and your on the back deck.
The three bedrooms are all bright and airy, they have extra high ceilings and large traditional and bay windows. New light fittings and fresh new curtains and blinds finish the look. The colour choices are just what you would want with a neutral, grey and lavender palette that works beautifully with the aged oak coloured flooring and new twill carpet.
If you enjoy home entertaining the kitchen here will please you - it is fitted with a 90cm oven, natural gas cooktop, a good size island bench and a breakfast bar. The kitchen opens onto the family room and has plenty of space for dining and living with a Jetmaster fire to add that extra bit of character and ambient warmth.
The bathroom retains the period charm and has been beautifully renovated, it has a traditional claw footed bath, a pedestal basin, decorative check pattern floor tiles and painted timber cabinetry.
For those who enjoy sports such as bike riding, tennis and swimming - its all close by, in fact most sports are possible from here as the main Bungendore park is only a few blocks away, right next to the park gym - also a pool, tennis courts with social club tennis, an oval for touch, league and rugby as well as a play area for the kids. Our local cafes and restaurants are a short walk away and if its the sea and the river you crave then the trip the Batemans Bay is an easy hour and twenty away.
Bungendore is located just 15 minutes from HQJOC, 20 minutes to Queanbeyan and an easy 40 minute commute into Canberra's CBD, school buses to Braidwood and Canberra are in abundance (North , South Canberra and Queanbeyan). There is a local IGA, primary school, pre-school and child care centres as well as many other services including Doctors, Physio, Bakeries, Cafes and restaurants, motels and hotels and numerous shops reside in Bungendore as the town grows in tourist numbers.
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