Block size: 469 m² approx.House size: 122 m² approx.UV: $264,000 (2019)
Private Family Home
Set on the high side of the street in the increasingly popular “Old Ngunnawal”, this great home will be sure to please!
The home offers a very practical and functional floorplan that provides for very comfortable living, even for a larger family. A large lounge and dining room is located at the front of the home and has an outlook to Gungahlin Town Centre. The well-appointed kitchen opens to a large family room and casual meals area. The large master suite has ample room for a king-sized bed and has ensuite and built in wardrobes. The remaining bedrooms are carpeted with built in wardrobes.
Outside and the positioning of the home has provided a very private yard that’s extremely low maintenance. Entertaining also is easy with the Spanline pergola. The double garage also has drive through access to the yard.
- Easy walk to schools - Quiet location - Three bedrooms - Ensuite - Elevated position - Immaculate condition - Separate living areas - Double garage with one remote door - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Gas heating - Very private easy-care yard - Covered outdoor entertaining - Spacious living area - Near new kitchen - Year built: 1995 - Block size: 469m² - Garage: 40.96m² - Rates: $2,178 p.a - Land tax: $2,687 p.a - EER: 6.0 *All figures are approximate
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