Single level, spacious living areas, large courtyard, properties not on top of each other, gas cooking, generously sized bedrooms, plenty of natural light, great location, affordable.
If the previous list of features sounds like your wish list when searching for a property, you are certainly not alone, and you certainly understand how hard it is to find all these features in a single property. Today however, your frustrations with trying to find a property that embodies all the aforementioned features is going to come to an end.
This gorgeous townhouse in the Paradise Gardens complex is certain to stop your hunt for a property. The boutique complex is home to only 25 properties and has a fantastic sense of community and is located walking distance to the Florey shops, arguably one of the best local shops in Canberra. Both the property and the complex offer a fantastic sense of space. With only one shared wall, expansive and well-lit living areas you will never feel boxed in.
The property is well oriented to take advantage of wonderful flow of natural light whilst maximising comfort. The bathroom has been recently renovated and the kitchen is accompanied with a fantastic gas stove that would not disappoint any master chef. The rear courtyard is ideal with natural flow from both the garage and the laundry. It is perfect to keep a furry friend entertained whilst you are away at work.
The townhouse is ideally located and is just minutes away from Florey Primary School, St Johns The Apostle Primary School, Saint Francis Xavier’s College and a short stroll to Lake Ginninderra and Westfield Belconnen Mall and the Belconnen Town Centre.
Don’t miss your opportunity to secure an ideal home for the first home buyer, investor and downsizer alike.
At a Glance: 2 bedrooms Large rear courtyard Gas cooking Boutique complex Walking distance to local schools and shops Spacious living area Newly renovated bathroom Flooded with natural light Single level property
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