Auction - In rooms LJH Canberra City office | 6pm Wednesday 5th February 2020
In beautiful condition, this elevated 4 bedroom en-suite family home is brilliant for the large or growing family. Versatility is the order of the day with plenty of extras to make the home even better. Timeless in its design and beautifully presented, this really is a home for the ages.
Separated living spaces provide room to spread out and a multi purpose room adjacent to the lounge room means room for a formal dining room, home office or even a 5th bedroom if you choose, with a few small changes.
The kitchen is large and renovated not so long ago as are the main bathroom and ensuite, giving you the ability to move right on in and enjoy all of the benefits of living in this fabulous location.
There is a sizeable double garage under the house with a workshop, and masses of storage in the house as well.
Surrounded by delightful gardens on a beautifully landscaped 723m2 block of land, in a location hard to beat to be sure. Our serious sellers are keen to sell on auction day so be sure to secure your interest to avoid being disappointed. EER 3.5.
Keen to call Kaleen home! Please speak with Tim Russell 0416 087 834 or Eoin Ryan Hicks 0424 042 419 for further information or a private inspection.
Features include: Four bedroom en-suite home Renovated Kitchen Gas cooking Ducted Gas heating Reverse cycle air conditioning Separate lounge and large family room Double Garage under the roof line complete with workshop Fully landscaped gardens both front and rear Elevated position at the end of a quiet loop street. Replaced gutter and Fascias Awnings to outside windows Plenty of storage 723m2 Block of land
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