In the established suburb of Scullin on a large corner block you will find this spacious family home. With direct access to major roads such as Kingsford Smith Drive and Southern Cross Drive, and less than five minutes' drive to Belconnen Town Centre, this property is the height of convenience, while still maintaining ample space. This property is a great candidate for the keen renovator or investor. This property features a gazebo in the leafy backyard, as well as a large deck and pergola that is perfect for outdoor entertaining.
The interior of the home offers four spacious bedrooms with built-in robes, as well as a study that can also be utilised as a rumpus room if desired. Gas ducted heating is fitted throughout the home, as well as evaporative cooling in the upstairs areas. Downstairs, this property has a large living area with wooden floorboards throughout, as well as a sunroom looking out into the backyard. The updated kitchen offers plenty of storage space and electric cooking. In addition to all this, the home is equipped with solar panels and an alarm system, as well as a double automatic garage.
Features include: - Large corner block - Solar panels - Double automatic garage - Floorboards throughout - Deck with pergola - Gazebo - Evaporative cooling upstairs - Gas ducted heating - Built-in robes to all rooms - Alarm system - Updated kitchen - Sunroom
Property details: - Year built - 1971 (extension in 1995) - Lower house - 134.70m2 - Upper house - 46.40m2 - Carport - 32m2 - Pergola & deck - 20m2 - Block size - 862 m2 - EER - 0
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