Pristine, smartly appointed and spacious two storey 118sqm townhouse on a corner block is a stunning lifestyle retreat. Placed within the masterplanned Crace community, it's just a short walk to Crace Central shopping, eateries and parklands.
- Sleek open plan design enjoys optimal outdoor flow outdoor courtyard - Well maintained landscaped gardens, pet-friendly level lawn - Stone crafted kitchen has quality stainless appliances - Three generous bedrooms all appointed with built-in wardrobes - Master showcases a stylish ensuite, private balcony access, walk in - Timber floors, air conditioning, double carport via rear lane - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Exceptional first home, also appeals to downsizers/investors - Near Gungahlin shopping precinct, short drive to Canberra CBD
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