Situated in one of the most sought after pockets in Bonner, this 2010 built, 4 bedroom ensuite residence is ideally suited to a first home buyer, a growing family or an investor. The residence features two separate living areas that give the residence a feel of space and comfort. The family sized kitchen features gas cooking as the flow from the kitchen to the living area makes the residence ideal for entertainers.
The king size master bedroom features a walk in robe and a modern ensuite while the remaining bedrooms also features built in wardrobes. Outside, the residence has easy care grounds as the outdoor entertaining area is ideal for BBQ's with family and friends.
- Separate formal lounge - Spacious kitchen with gas cooking overlooking the family area - King size master bedroom with huge walk in robe and ensuite - All three other bedrooms are double sized with built in robes - LED downlights - Low maintenance, easy care grounds - Alfresco terrace ideal for BBQ's - Double lock up garage - Ducted evaporative cooling and ducted gas heating - Close to the Bonner shops with Woolworths - Easy access to public transport links - Set in a sought after part of Bonner
Proudly presented by Harcourts Belconnen the house will have regular open homes so please keep an eye on open home timings or be quick to call and make an appointment with Akhilesh Arora on 0413 540 414 or Ajay Kumar on 0401 536 362 for your private viewing of this home as there are not many homes of this quality and affordable price range available in Bonner, this outstanding property won't last long!
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