Block size: 497 m² approx.House size: 194 m² approx.UV: $378,000 (2019)
Designer interiors and architectural flair!
A soaring entrance ceiling and a stunning Tassie Oak feature staircase take your breath away as you step inside this home. Enjoying a gorgeous Northerly aspect to the rear, sun flows into the kitchen and living areas all year round through double glazed windows. A practical floorplan for families with three separate living spaces and a segregated master suite upstairs, the layout provides privacy and space for everyday family life as well as fantastic indoor/outdoor flow for entertaining. The oversized three bedroom home lends itself to a simple conversion into a four bedroom home if desired. Only ten years old, the home is in beautiful condition and the quality inclusions create a luxurious and classy feel.
• Large master bedroom with walk through robe, ensuite, balcony and a parents' retreat/study off the master • Well appointed kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, gas cooking and a breakfast bar • Ducted gas heating and two split system reverse cycle air conditioning units • High ceilings, double glazing, built-in wardrobes, under stair storage, bathtub to main bathroom • Low maintenance established gardens with a mod-wood entertaining deck and new turf at the front • Remote access double garage and additional off street parking, close to public transport • Short walk to Forde Shops, Mulligan’s Flat, Forde wetlands, Forde Heritage Park and Burgmann Anglican School • Five minute drive to Bonner Shops, Gungahlin Town Centre, Yerrabi Pond
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