Townhouse size: 113 m² approx.UV: $5,600,000 (2019)
Be a part of Symphony Park
This large and light-filled 3 bedroom townhouse sits at the end of a quiet, friendly complex in Harrison.
A short stroll to local shops and schools, the property is also surrounded by nature reserves and parks offering plenty of extra places for peace and play.
Inside the townhouse you’ll find a generous open plan kitchen, dining and living area which opens onto a rear patio perfect for entertaining. The u-shaped kitchen features ample bench space, a double sink, wall oven, integrated dishwasher and tiled splashback. Bedroom 3 is also located on the first level and could be used as a private guest bedroom, games room, or home office.
On the second level is a large Master Bedroom with mirrored built in robe, spacious ensuite, and private balcony overlooking the rear courtyard. There are fantastic views from bedroom 2, which also has a built in robe and adjoins a main bathroom with shower/bath and extended vanity.
The multi-level rear courtyard has ample space for entertaining, relaxation, gardening, and kids’ play equipment. An oversized rainwater tank maximises water efficiency while reducing your water bills.
Easy access to local schools, early childhood centre, shops and amenities. Very close to public transport and major arterial roads leading anywhere you want to go in Canberra.
Features: • Stylish young 3 bedroom townhouse • Perfectly situated at the end of the complex • Large and light-filled • Open plan kitchen, dining and living • Living area opens onto outdoor patio • Kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, and tiled splashback • Master Bedroom with built in robe, ensuite and balcony • Bedroom 2 on second level • Main bathroom • Bedroom 3 on first level, ideal as a study or guest room • Powder room • Rear courtyard with multiple zones • Huge rainwater tank • Garage (currently converted into a studio – keep or change back) • Walk to local shops, schools and early childhood centre • Surrounded by parks and reserves • Close to public transport • Easy access to major arterial roads
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