When you walk through the front door of this unassuming red brick house in a quiet Weston Creek street, you'll immediately feel at home.
The polished wood floors reflect the natural light that pours in through the living room windows creating a warm and bright ambiance. Connected to the kitchen and dining, this space is the heart of the property. You can imagine enjoying quiet home-cooked meals, or having large get togethers in equal measure.
Down the hall, away from the action, are the three generous bedrooms. Each offer a different aspect through their large windows - but they all guarantee greenery, providing a quiet natural feel.
This property is also one of the select few in Canberra to enjoy Fibre to the Premises internet, meaning a lightning fast connection every time. So, whether you're working from home, watching Netflix or Skyping friends overseas, you can do it all without ever having to deal with that frustrating buffering icon.
Central heating ensures the place remains cozy in the winter, and the split system keeps the heat away in the warm summer months. You'll never want to leave the house.
Outside, you also have options. The large front yard is sheltered by fruit trees and has vegetable beds which are lush with kitchen garden favourites. The spacious backyard is fenced in by tall shrubs and trees to create welcome privacy.
There are not one but two courtyards. The first, large and paved, is perfect for BBQs and larger gatherings. The second, affectionately known as the 'beer garden', sits just outside the kitchen window at the side of the house and provides a secluded space. Surrounded by tall trees, it's perfect for enjoying warm summer evenings or getting a bit of me time to read your favourite book.
If you're not sold already, this home has one last surprise in store - an enormous insulated shed opens up endless opportunities. With glass sliding doors, it's perfect for an artist's studio, tradie workshop, home office or practically limitless storage.
Houses that feel like home don't come around very often, especially those which are walkable to two suburban shopping centres, the highly sought after Chapman Primary School, a high school and public transport.
Get ready to fall in love with your new home.
RIVETT A popular Weston Creek suburb established in the late 1960's, it's streets are named after Australian flora. Locals enjoy the shopping centre and cafe located off Bangalay Crescent and also its geographical location, with easy access to all areas of the City. Rivett has extensive open spaces with playing fields on the western side of the suburb across from the shopping centre, several neighbourhood parks and pedestrian parkland weaving through the suburb.
FEATURES - 3 generous bedrooms, 2 with built in robes - Light and bright living room with picture windows - Renovated kitchen with dishwasher, electric cook top and oven - Stylish bathroom with spa bath - Separate dining area with access to garden - Central heating and split system cooling - Multiple outdoor alfresco living spaces - Private gardens with fruit trees and vegetable garden beds - Fibre to the premises - New wool carpet and polished floors - Freshly painting throughout - Large lock up shed with power connected and rear yard access
STATISTICS EER: 1 Home Size: 100m2 Shed Size: 49m2 Land Size: 684m2 Land Value: $395K Rates: $2,691 Land Tax: $3,789
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