Block size: 728 m² approx.House size: 212 m² approx.UV: $2,933,000 (2019)
Seeking a spacious, single level downsizing option?
A brilliant layout and loads of space, all on one manageable level, combine to make this freestanding home an ideal option.
Thoughtful design coupled with a gently sloping block has all but removed the need for steps resulting in circulation areas around the home being relatively level, with no steps or stairs internally. An ideal north orientation invites abundant natural light and warmth to the established gardens, timber deck and family living areas tempting indoor outdoor living at every opportunity.
Centrally heated and air conditioned for comfort, the property combines excellent separation with an open and functional internal layout featuring three bedrooms, an optional fourth, or large study, a bright atrium and choice of living areas. If desired there is scope to unlock further potential around the existing layout and spaces.
A family home and a smart entry point to one of the Inner South's most desirable suburbs. A prime location, generous proportions and additional touches like irrigated gardens, minimal passing traffic, and an easy walk to local shops and Royal Canberra Golf Club further enhance an already attractive proposition.
• 3 bedrooms with ensuite and optional 4th bedroom or study • Freestanding with no common walls to adjacent properties. • 212 square metre total internal area • 38 square metre double garage • $385.00 half yearly strata fees • $2999.70 annual land rates • 728 square metre individual land area • 0.0 Energy Efficiency Rating
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A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
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This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.