Nestled at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and framed by a fully established garden, 16 Summerville is one of the best homes on the market.
Located less than 500m from Florey Primary School and shopping centre, this superb home offers four bedrooms, ensuite, combined formal living/dining and family room/meals area.
And, if you enjoy outdoor living and entertaining, you're going to love the alfresco dining area.
The wraparound kitchen is an absolute delight with plenty of bench & cupboard space, walk-in-pantry, dishwasher, gas cook top and double electric oven.
The home offers 197.9 sq/m of living on a generous 730 sq/m block and incredibly convenient to schools, shops and public transport.
Florey Primary 0.5 km Florey shops 0.5 km St Francis Xavier 1.2 km Copland College 1.6 km Westfield Shopping Centre 1.7 km Canberra University 3 km Hospital 4.2 km
Your best point of contact for this property is:
Jeff.Shortland@ljhooker.com.au 0417 483 627
Two minutes' drive to Belconnen Mall Exceptional entertainer and family home Four bedrooms Ensuite Combined formal living/dining Large separate family room/meals area Very spacious wrap around kitchen Gas cook top and dual electric oven Dishwasher Double garage with internal access Attic ladder in garage Additional off-street parking for three cars Ducted RCAC Two separate continuous gas hot water services (one brand new unit) NBN Two garden sheds Retractable Hoses Dripper system to garden bed. Water tank Amazing outdoor entertaining area Living 197.9 sq/m Garage 39.15 sq/m Pergola 35 sq/m Over 270 sq/m under roof Block 730 sq/m Rates $2600 Land Tax $3600 UV $362,000 Construction 2007 EER 6.0
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