Light, bright and inviting - three words that really describe 19 Birch Drive. Sunlight literally floods into the home from the floor to ceiling windows and the views of the landscaped gardens add to the stylish Hamptonesque feel to the home. A wrap around verandah provides a restful place to enjoy the gardens and enhances the benefits of outside living and the architectural character of this lovely home, here you will want to find time to relax and enjoy your time at home.
Cathedral ceilings and good size rooms create a real sense of generous space but this home also has a warmth to it - it is easy to imagine settling down in front of the slow combustion fireplace in Winter with a glass of wine and a good book. The comfort factor is ramped up with the addition of the gas powered hydropic heating system that will ensure 24 hour warmth in the winter time. Come summertime, the high ceilings and fans keep the home cool in summer and reverse cycle air conditioning is in place for those really hot summer nights to keep you cool and comfortable.
There are 4 good size bedrooms with built-ins and the master bedroom has a walk in robe and ensuite, upstairs, the dormer windows are an appealing architectural feature. A big bonus in this home is the large room off the master bedroom that has access from the staircase in the double garage/studio below. This room is currently used as workplace/office or could be used as a media room or parent's retreat. An open living room on the landing above the kitchen is the perfect space for a library or TV room, alternatively it would make an ideal area for working from home.
Easy entertaining is definitely on the agenda here - a dining room opens off the kitchen and this has direct access to the paved entertaining BBQ area under a pergola. This is a really beautiful place to sit and enjoy the hedged and leafy garden, it is private and well established.The landscaping has been carefully planned allowing light to fill the home during the winter months and shelter the home in the hotter periods of the year. Now well established, the hedging form garden rooms around the home, there is a well fenced area just perfect as a play area with it's lawn for kids and dogs. Set on a large corner block the picket fence is romantic touch and combines well with the properties character. The rear yard is complete with lock up shed which can be accessed through double gates.
Key features include:
Hydronic gas powered heating
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Lock up shed
Internal garage access
10,500 water tank
Master bedroom with parents retreat
19 Birch Drive is a fabulous family home which can be viewed by appointment or during open homes, call Ellie Merriman on 0402117877 or Doug Merriman on 0419999001 for more information or to make a private inspection appointment..
Bungendore is located just 15 minutes from HQJOC, 20 minutes to Queanbeyan and an easy 40 minute commute into Canberra's CBD, school buses to Braidwood and Canberra are in abundance (North , South Canberra and Queanbeyan). There is a local IGA, primary school, pre-school and child care centres as well as many other services including Doctors, Physio, Bakeries, Cafes and restaurants, motels and hotels and numerous shops reside in Bungendore as the town grows in tourist numbers.
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