Block size: 813 m² approx.House size: 185 m² approx.UV: $384,000 (2019)
Fully renovated, contemporary home with wonderful lifestyle options
Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, this stunning four-bedroom plus study/fifth bedroom residence epitomises the best in style and position.
Completely renovated throughout, the home's elevation provides delightful views over the reserve at the rear of the home while the battle-axe location ensures peaceful privacy.
Essentially presented as new, and very contemporary, no expense has been spared in creating a showcase home that features quality fixtures and fittings, modern decor and segregated living spaces that also offer Airbnb/home office options.
The open plan living and dining areas with Chevron engineered oak flooring is upstairs so whatever your day finds you doing, you will be doing it with a backdrop of views over the reserve. The large kitchen is a cook's delight. Sweeping stone benchtops with 40mm edges, island bench that is nearly 4 metres long, double sink, 5 burner gas cooktop, 900mm DeLonghi oven, soft close drawers - all the inclusions and amenity you would expect from a home of this standard are here.
All the upstairs bedrooms are generously sized, as is the study/fifth bedroom. A huge master suite, that doubles as a parents' retreat, is located downstairs, away from the bustle of family life. With an enormous ensuite, there's every comfort available for guests if you decide to utilise the multi-purpose space as an Airbnb flat or as a home office with separate access and a secure courtyard. Airbnb guests would have privacy, business clients would not have to come into your home and extended family could have their own accommodation. Plenty of options here.
A sunny garden deck is ideal for entertaining and watching the sunsets over the Brindabella's, and the elevated deck which is accessed through bi-fold doors and protected by a retractable awning is the ideal spot for drinking in the views, admiring the parkland outlook and simply relaxing. There are abundant storage options throughout the home and under the deck and all is kept comfortable with ducted gas heating and a reverse cycle split system. A double carport provides car accommodation.
This beautifully presented, modern home offers a variety of lifestyle options. Surrounded by lovely leafy gardens, in a highly sought after location, this home deserves to be inspected. Be sure to, if you want to capture such a rarely available opportunity.
Features: - Fully renovated 4 bedroom plus study home (or fifth bedroom/playroom/media room) - Located in a quiet cul-de-sac - Northeast orientation - Light-filled rooms - Contemporary styling, quality fit-out - Open-plan living and dining areas with Chevron engineered oak flooring - Large kitchen with stone benchtops (with 40mm edge) - Island bench, nearly 4 metres long - 900mm DeLonghi oven, 5 burner gas cooktop - Ilve dishwasher, double sink - All bedrooms with new carpet - Main bathroom offering a luxury of space, with floor to ceiling tiling and a free-standing bathtub - Powder room with vanity - Master suite (or multi-purpose area, Airbnb, home office, guest retreat) - Fully fitted out walk-in wardrobe - Huge ensuite with dual vanity, double shower, stand-alone bath - Separate access and secure courtyard - European-style laundry - Ducted gas heating and a reverse cycle split system - New LED lighting throughout - Freshly painted inside and out - Quality tailor-made window furnishings throughout - Bi-fold doors to the elevated deck, with a retractable awning, overlooking parkland - Sunny garden deck - Under deck storage - Double carport - Lovely leafy established gardens, easy-care - Very private battle-axe block - Backing onto parkland - Short drive to Cooleman Court - Close to Woden town centre - Easy access to main transport routes
Thinking of doing a drive-by? Make it a stroll-by. Park near the reserve behind Fullwood Street, Bunny Street or Rowell Place.
EER: 1.5 Land Size: 813m2 Living Size: 185m2 (approx.) Land Rates: $2,617 p.a (approx.) Land Value: $366,000 (approx.)
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