16 Warring Place has it all - location, sun drenched space and convenience. Situated in one of Belconnen’s best suburbs, this beautifully presented two bedroom town residence has the advantage of being tucked away in a quiet Cul-de-sac while providing convenient street frontage and access to amenities. The property boasts spacious light filled living along with secure parking, built in robes in both bedrooms, a full size laundry and a large, recently updated bathroom with separate shower and bath. There is an easy transition from indoor to outdoor living spaces, highlighted by the secure rear courtyard perfect for entertaining. An additional feature is the delightful front garden with established hedges.
Beautifully presented and lovingly cared for, 16 Warring Place would make the perfect home for those looking to get into the property market for the first time, especially with the change in the first home buyer stamp duty incentive. It would also be as equally well suited to those looking to downsize to a smart single level dwelling where independence can be retained. And not to be forgotten, those looking for an easy to maintain investment in an area of high demand, look no further than 16 Warring Place.
Leave the car at home and take advantage of the walking distance to local shops, schools and playing fields, with a bus stop literally on your doorstep. Giralang is one of Canberra's most sought-after suburbs, being ideally located 10 minutes to both Belconnen and Gungahlin Town Centres, as well as being in close proximity to Calvary Hospital, the AIS and Canberra University.
Secure your interest today on what is sure to be sought after real estate! EER 2.5 Please speak with Tim Russell 0416 087 834 or Michael Rodden 0401 094 955 for further information or a private inspection.
Features include: Two bedrooms, both with built ins Secure garaging with internal access Easy access to shops, schools and transport Security roller shutters on all external windows Beautifully presented Cul-de-sac location Great street frontage