Block size: 487 m² approx.House size: 242 m² approx.
15 Jegorow Street, Denman Prospect
Located in an elevated position and spread over 210m2 (approx.) of internal living space, this four-bedroom family home has been designed and built with spacious family living in mind.
Boasting a well-thought out floorplan with high-quality fittings and fixtures throughout, 15 Jegorow Street presents a fantastic opportunity for the growing family. The considered design encompasses three-levels, with the double car accommodation occupying the lower level. The ground floor offers both formal and informal living areas, with a secluded formal living area set to the front of the home. Timber floors flow throughout, combining with high ceilings to create an immense sense of space. A well-equipped and spacious kitchen overlooks the open plan living and dining areas, and showcases stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances, a gas cooktop and an island benchtop doubling as a breakfast bar. A walk-in-pantry is generous in size, offering plenty of storage space. A seamless connection is achieved with ease between the indoor and outdoor living areas of the home through the inclusion of full-height windows, making the covered alfresco the perfect place for outdoor entertaining.
Accommodation is four generous bedrooms, with an additional rumpus room with a built-in study offering an opportunity to be converted into a fifth bedroom. The indulgent master suite is set on the upper level of the house, optimising privacy and offering an expansive parents retreat. The master bedroom features an incredible walk-in-robe, with ample shelving and hanging space, along with an ensuite. The opulent ensuite features floor-to-ceiling tiling with a marble feature wall, a double vanity and quality fittings and fixtures.
The ground floor accommodates the three additional bedrooms, all carpeted and with built-in-robes, and the main bathroom with a floating bathtub. The addition of a separate powder room is perfect for guests, with the neighbouring laundry offering cabinetry and side access.
Situated in the Molonglo Valley within close proximity to arterial roads and local amenities, this is a great opportunity to secure a luxurious family home, brand new and ready to move into. The area is perfect for young families, with landscaped parks, walking and riding trails and a school. Local amenities include an IGA, coffee shop and health and lifestyle facilities.
- Brand new four-bedroom family home - Master bedroom on the upper level with ensuite and walk-in-robe - Ensuite with floor-to-ceiling tiling, double vanity and feature wall - Built-in-robes to additional bedrooms - Bedroom four with study nook - Open plan living and dining areas - Formal living area segregated to front of design - Expansive kitchen with island benchtop and walk-in-pantry - Stainless steel appliances - Gas cooktop - Stone benchtops - Marble splashback - Covered outdoor alfresco area - Rumpus room with potential to be a fifth bedroom - Built-in study with desk and storage - Main bathroom with floating bathtub and feature tiling - Separate powder room - Laundry with side access - Timber floors throughout all living areas - Carpet to bedrooms - Double glazing - LED lights - Landscaped gardens
Block: 4 Section: 61 EER: 6 stars Land Size: 487m2 (approx) Ground Floor: 210m2 (approx.) First Floor: 32.5m2 (approx.) Garage/Store: 43m2 (approx.) Total Internal Size: 285.5m2 (approx.) Rates: $1,742 per annum (approx.) Land Tax: $2,033 per annum (approx.) Heating and Cooling: Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling Car: Double garage with internal access
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