If you've been looking for a centrally located family home that's 15 minutes to anywhere in Canberra then your search is over!
129 Ulysses Circuit in Wright is a quality, owner built, property designed and created with easy family living in mind. The end result is a spacious family home of almost 180m2, spread over two storeys, that offers segregated living areas and bedrooms as well as an alfresco entertaining area.
You will love the versatility of the downstairs floor plan; the living areas can be configured to suit your family's needs and all three spacious bedrooms are at one end of the home. The main bedroom is upstairs and features an ensuite and walk-in robe; there is also a multi-purpose living space which could become the perfect home theatre, parents retreat, study or library.
Beautifully presented; this home is sure to appeal to downsizers looking for a low maintenance block without compromising on living space or the growing family wanting a flexible floor plan that's close to parkland and local amenities. With the added advantage of vacant possession and immediate occupation, you can be moved and settled only 30 days after the auction!
The final piece of this puzzle is you – so make sure 129 Ulysses Circuit is on your inspection shortlist – it won’t last long!
At a glance: Large two storey design with 176m2 of living space Ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning Bosch solar hot water system Short walk to both Link and Argus Parks Close to Mt. Stromlo, the Molonglo River, Charles Weston Primary School and the National Arboretum Perfect central Canberra location with Civic, Kingston, Woden, Belconnen and Tuggeranong all less than 15 minutes' drive away.
Downstairs: Separate formal and informal living areas Gas cooktop and electric oven Large butler's pantry with custom joinery Three large bedrooms - all with built-in robes Bathroom with shower and bath Separate toilet Large laundry with direct access to backyard Stainless steel Smeg kitchen appliances Internal access to double garage
Upstairs: Main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe Multi-purpose room
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