This four bedroom house underwent an architecturally-designed renovation and extension in 2017 and has all the feel, quality and comfort of a new home in an established, sought after area of Kambah. On arriving at 17 Stieglitz, you will notice the home's great street appeal, mature well-kept gardens, plenty of off-street parking and unique design, starting with a timber feature entry to the front porch. Inside, the home has clean lines, modern finishes and an open, expansive and relaxed feel. The split level dwelling offers four substantial sized bedrooms all with built-in-robes, with the segregated master bedroom having a large walk-in-robe, ensuite and sliding door to the back courtyard. The living areas are a generous size, with a large lounge room to the front of the home and a high-ceiling family room, dining area and kitchen to the rear of the home. The family room and dining room open onto the private, relaxing covered alfresco entertaining area, with built-in seating and planter boxes out on the large deck. With a combination of floating floor boards, carpet and tiles, plus under-floor insulation and the living area capturing the northern sun, this is a very comfortable home that makes wonderful use of natural light, year round.
Features: Renovated and extended in 2017 Quality fixtures and fittings throughout Open plan kitchen, family room and dining room Gourmet kitchen with gas cooktop and generous storage Four generous sized bedrooms with built-in-robes Master bedroom has walk-in-robe and ensuite Alfresco area opening off the family room to a large deck Double glazed windows High ceiling in the living areas Under floor insulation Air conditioning Segregated living zones Internal access from the double garage Heat lamps in bathrooms North facing living areas (to Mount Taylor) Low maintenance, easy care garden Rain water tank Excellent location, walking distance to Lake Tuggeranong, Urambi Hills and bus stop, plus easy access to the Parkway, local specialty shops, Tuggeranong Town Centre, South Point Tuggeranong, Woolworths Kambah and Coles Wanniassa, as well as schools, parks, sporting facilities and cycle paths EER 3.5 Living area 185sqm (approx) Garage size 40sqm (approx) Block size 729sqm Rates $2,559 UV $351,000
Kambah (postcode 2902) is the northernmost suburb in the district of Tuggeranong, Canberra and the largest suburb in Canberra with an area of 1,130ha. It is located just south of Mount Taylor in the Canberra Nature Park . West of Kambah is the Murrumbidgee River, one of Australia's major rivers. Surrounding hills include Mount Taylor, Arawang Hill, Mount Neighbour, McQuoids Hill, and Forster Hill on the north side, and Urambi Hills on the south-west side. Most of Kambah is occupied by the Village Creek Valley. The Murrumbidgee Country Club is located in Kambah, along with three district playing fields and a tennis club. The Kambah Pony Club and Vikings BMX Park are located in the north of the suburb. Kambah has two Scout halls,. Three schools and two shopping centres go to make up this very vibrant suburb in a very sought after location in Canberra.
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