Block size: 346 m² approx.House size: 179 m² approx.UV: $265,000 (2019)
Great life style and Investment opportunity
Looking for extended family accommodation or an investment opportunity in a premium location? Then you can't look pass this two storey separate title house.
The home is well positioned between Gungahlin Town Centre and Yerrabi Pond. Inside there are four good size bedrooms and a study that could be converted to a fifth bedroom. The main bedroom features an ensuite, walk-in-robe with a large balcony, while the other bedrooms all have built-in-robes.
The spacious separate living, and dining are the hub of the home, fantastic for entertaining family and friends. All complimented by the stunning kitchen, boasting stone benchtops, gas cooking, electric oven, and dishwasher.
Located only a few minutes walk from all the Gungahlin Town Centre has to offer, including the new light rail, restaurants, supermarkets, specialty stores, childcare, schools, recreation hub, and a short walk to Yerrabi Pond, the options for afternoon or weekend activities is endless. So don't miss out on your chance to secure this address and all its wonderful advantages and possibilities
- 5 generous bedrooms - Main bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite - Multiple live areas - Central kitchen with stainless steel appliances - Stone benchtops - NBN ready - Double garage with internal access - Walking distance to Yerrabi Pond - Minutes to Gungahlin Town Centre and Light Rail
So don't drive past - come in, say hello and see your new home.
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