Situated in a very desirable location, this home represents convenience and low-maintenance living at its best. Featuring two bedrooms, both located on the second floor, large open plan living area on the first floor and single garage plus separate living area on the ground floor.
The two bedrooms are a good size and both feature walk-in-robes, ensuites and balconies which is a rare luxury in a two-bedroom property. The central hub of the home is on the first floor and features a large open plan living area, galley style kitchen with island bench, powder room and a balcony on one side and courtyard on the other.
The ground floor originally had a tandem garage however the current owners saw potential and have converted half of the garage to an extra living space. There is a bathroom with shower downstairs so could double up as a third bedroom if need be. The space can be easily converted back to accommodate two cars if required.
Just a short drive or bike ride away is Westfield Belconnen which features a cinema, games arcade, trampoline park and just down the road is a bowling alley. There are multiple walking tracks and playgrounds located within minutes of the property for those beautiful Summer days that are fast approaching.
Features: Two bedrooms both with walk-in-robe, ensuite and balcony Large, light-filled open plan living area Gas cooktop and stone benches Powder room on the first floor Double glazed windows Back half of garage has been converted to living and features a toilet and shower Single garage still accessible however easily converted back to a tandem Close to schools, playgrounds and shops
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