On offer is this brand new, family home finished to the highest standard, in the sought after precinct of Weetangera. Canberra Red Original bricks frame the entry, along with a mixture of face brick, cedar and a modern rendered finish. An ideal home for the growing family, people looking to downsize or investors.
The home features separate living areas, spacious bedrooms, bathrooms with modern fixtures, outdoor entertaining, gourmet kitchen, and low maintenance inside and out. Downstairs you will find an oversized garage with a huge storage area behind it and potential for a triple car garage.
Located close to all amenities, schools and shops, this home should not be missed. Contact Adrian today for more information
The Finer Points
- Recently completed, deluxe home - Floating floors throughout - Plush carpet in bedrooms - Quality wall hung vanities in bathrooms - Floor to ceiling tiles in bathrooms - Free-standing bath in main bathroom - Oversized showers in bathrooms - Separate living areas - 900mm appliances in kitchen - Gas cooktop - Stone benctops with breakfast bar - Quality joinery and tapware - Tiled, covered outdoor entertaining area off living - Double glazed windows - High ceilings - Square-set cornices - Intercom - Oversized double garage with huge storage area behind - R2 Insulation throughout walls - 6.0 Star energy rating - Potential for triple car garage - Low maintenance, landscaped yards - Total build 222m2 ( approx.)
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