This home is one of a kind! Oozing a retro, Scandinavian vibe, it’s playful and distinctive, bringing the outside in and offering a connective living space that flows effortlessly from one room to the next. Representing great value, this is a creative and colourful home with flare and fantastic potential.
You really feel connected to nature and each other living here. Carefully designed concealed doors act like movable walls between rooms and the plethora of windows and skylights let nature in. A plunge pool off the master bedroom resembles a rock pool and is an amazing bonus at this price point. Off the living room is a deck, partially shaded by a large tree, that takes in Canberra’s spectacular sunsets - a favourite place for the current owners to sit with a glass of wine at the end of the day.
With such a large block, there’s more than enough room to create some additional outdoor living spaces to suit your lifestyle - a covered patio or a fire pit perhaps? Surrounding the home is a variety of mature trees, native plants and fruit trees - a real nature-lovers garden.
Popular with families, Kambah’s great local amenities make living easy, and with several main roads being only minutes away, it’s a quick drive to everything Canberra offers.
This is a home that will appeal to creative families and first home buyers. Those who can appreciate its potential will reap the rewards. Contact Andrew Curren today!
At a glance: - Great value home, with plunge pool and large block - Connective design with retro Scandinavian vibe - 3 bedrooms - 1 bathroom, separate toilet - Open-plan kitchen/living/dining - Timber floors with underfloor insulation - Deck off living room - Electric oven and cooktop - Dishwasher - Daikin split system air conditioner - Nature-lovers garden - Brand new single carport - Quiet cul-de-sac with playground
Lifestyle features: - Walking distance to Kambah Village Shops - Walking distance to Taylor Primary School - Children’s playground across the road - South.Point Tuggeranong, 9 minute drive - Woden Town Centre, 9 minute drive - Canberra CBD, 16 minute drive - Bus stop a 5 minute walk - Mt Taylor bush walking close by
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