Townhouse size: 100 m² approx.UV: $3,008,000 (2019)
RETREAT TO THIS QUIET TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE SANCTUARY WITH AN INNER BELCONNEN LOCATION LIFESTYLE
If you are longing to be a part of the inner Belconnen location, with short walking distances to Westfield, the Belconnen Marketplace, the Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre, UC, Government buildings, Belconnen lakeside, local gyms, restaurants and cafes, this beautifully cared for and presented, two bedroom, main bathroom, townhouse sanctuary will surprise and delight you. With 100m of living and 18m of single automated garage, be completely allured by the lifestyle available here.
Perched up high, with beautiful views over Belconnen, set amongst Australian bush-setting with established Australian native gum trees, garden paths and sweeping gravel garden steps, the single automated bricked garage leads past the paved, garden-lined front open pergola-covered private courtyard and onto the entrance doors. The light and the size are the first of the features that will welcome you home. The open plan living and dining rooms enjoy a gas wall heater and views to the courtyard, and are serviced by a breakfast bar to the kitchen. The kitchen presents a floating timber flooring, double sink, freestanding stove with four burner gas cooktop and gas oven, Westinghouse dishwasher and an abundance of ceiling and under-bench cabinetry.
Beautifully earlier renovated, the laundry room offers double-door storage joinery, shelving and basin cupboard, with feature tiling, matt-grey floor tiling and an additional toilet for ground floor convenience and a room providing additional storage options sits cleverly under the stairwell. Privately located just off the kitchen and laundry rooms, gated and fenced, is the rear paved and hedged courtyard with sleeper garden bedding and folding clothes line.
Upstairs, with a cleverly positioned timber-framed picture window for natural light on the stairwell, the king-sized master bedroom sits quietly in the treetops with framed window views and a four door full length built in robe. The second bedroom located to the rear enjoys views over Belconnen. Both bedrooms have new double glazed windows installed. The main bathroom, beautifully renovated, continuing the laundry theme downstairs, offers a spectacular shower, tiling to the ceiling, two door mirrored wall cabinetry, two door, 2 drawer vanity and feature tiling, and set in matt-grey tile flooring.
This lovely private, two bedroom home has new ceiling fans in the bedrooms, evaporative cooling, instant gas hot water, FOXTEL, and single automated garaging completing this lovely courtyard townhouse home.
Look forward to greeting each day living in this lovely two bedroom townhouse, surrounded in beautiful native Australian gardens, and loving walking to your Belconnen destination and there are two bus routes a short walk away.
Features Include - Private, whisper-quiet position with views over Belconnen - Courtyard block and corner position - North-east orientation - Short walking distances to Westfield, the Belconnen Marketplace, the Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre, UC, Government buildings, Belconnen lakeside, local gyms, restaurants and cafes, and two bus routes - 2 bedrooms (with fitted built-in robes) - Renovated main bathroom - Renovated laundry room (with linen joinery) - New double glazed windows to the bedrooms upstairs - Living Room - Dining Room - Kitchen with breakfast bar, freestanding stove with four burner gas cooktop and gas oven, Westinghouse dishwasher, laminated benchtops and ceiling cabinetry - Flued gas wall heater in the living and dining rooms - Brivis L25 ducted evaporative cooling (vent upstairs) - Ceiling fans to the bedrooms - Carpet, floating timber and tiling flooring - Luxaflex Duet (honeycomb) blind window treatments - Side gating and rear fencing - External wall-mounted clothes line - Instant Rinnai gas hot water system (temperature control in the main bathroom) - Picture window over the stairwell - Newly painted pergola - Native Australian tree-lined gardens, with garden paths and bedding - Single automated garage with storage over rafters and external access - Additional off road single car parking to the front driveway - Timber screening for waste bin storage - Foxtel installed, dish shared with 4 Moulden Court - Under stairwell storage room - R3.5 Fibreglass Poly batts & Retroshield foil - Body Corporate includes building insurance and water consumption - Vacant possession at settlement
EER: 5.0 stars Built 1986 Block 3 Section 106 Land Size: 6,534.8m (approx.) UV: $3,008,000 Land Rates: $2,243.16 pa (approx.) House Area: 100m (approx.) Single Garage Area: 18m (approx.) Units Plan 393 - 18 townhouse complex Body Corporate Manager - Independent Group (Admin Fees $515.43 half yearly (approx.) and Sinking Fees $14.96 half yearly (approx.)) Balances at Dec 2019 - Admin Fund $5,076.58 and Sinking Fund $8,477.33
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