Block size: 737 m² approx.House size: 193 m² approx.UV: $407,000 (2019)
When Cape Cod style gets a Canberra twist
This charming two-storey, four bedroom home stands apart on Lachlan Street for its Cape Cod aesthetic, such as the symmetrical design and gable dormer windows.
The spacious floor plan of the home is sure to be a winner for growing families with the segregation of two living areas, and convenience of a downstairs bathroom which flows out to a covered spa area. There is a modern twist to the home with the timber staircase to the second storey, and striking black slate that frames a free-standing gas log heater in the family room.
Then there's the impressive renovated kitchen a symphony of white cabinets, white stone benchtops and the eye-catching marble splashback that bounces light streaming in from the room's double windows. The chef of the home will be delighted with the stainless steel appliances, five burner gas cooktop, range hood, oven and dishwasher that completes the package.
Upstairs features the sleeping quarters with four bedrooms; all with built in robes, and two bathrooms including a spacious ensuite servicing the master bedroom.
If you enjoy the outdoors, step out onto the paved outdoor entertaining area where you can enjoy summer barbeques with the family whilst watching the kids and pets play in the privacy of their own enclosed backyard.
Very few properties in Canberra can claim to be so convenient - there's a bus stop across the road, a short walk takes you to Macquarie Primary School, Westfield Belconnen, Jamison Plaza and the ever-popular Cook Shops. Jump in the car and it's just minutes to the University of Canberra, Australian National University, Bruce Stadium and Calvary Hospital or the city centre.
Here, you can enjoy a welcoming home with irresistible charm and unbeatable locale.
* two-storey home with welcoming portico * four bedrooms; all with built in robes * spacious master bedroom with ensuite * spacious main bathroom * two segregated living areas * open-plan dining and family room with timber flooring * family room with sliding doors to the rear garden * renovated kitchen with five-burner gas cooktop, dishwasher, soft-close drawers, and stone bench tops with elegant marble effect splashback * new carpet in entrance and main living room * Rinnai gas log heater in lounge room * renovated and combined bathroom/laundry downstairs * floating timber staircase * upstairs offers timber flooring and reverse cycle airconditioning * back-to-base alarm * paved outdoor entertaining area * single carport with auto door * low-maintenance grounds * covered outdoor Jacuzzi * Colorbond fencing * side gate access
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