Property is currently rented for $950.00 per week until January 2021!
Stylish, modern and luxurious, this six-bedroom home offers executive family living in the heart of Wright. This striking two-level home is nestled among beautifully landscaped, low-maintenance gardens complete with water feature, and boasts views to Mount Stromlo.
The double height living room is flooded with light, from the grand corner window. The chic kitchen with its stone benches, stainless-steel gas appliances and feature lighting is adjacent, and flows into the intimate dining room on one side, and out to the spacious part-covered deck with wet bar on the other. A curved timber staircase sweeps upward to the mezzanine and generously-sized upstairs bedrooms.
There are four well-appointed bathrooms, one with a free-standing deep-soaking tub, and a balcony from which to watch the sun set over the mountain. There is ducted, reverse-cycle air conditioning and a double lock-up garage.
It’s close to parks, shops and public transport, and a short walk to Charles Weston School.
Property Type: House Block: 25 Section: 32 Block Size: 540 m² (approx) House size: 228sqm Garage: 39sqm
EER: 4 Unimproved Value: $405,000 (2017) Built 2014 Rates $2,802 Land Tax $4,107 (if rented) Cooktop: Gas Oven: Electric HWS: Gas Continuous x2 Heating/cooling: Ducted Reverse cycle 6 bedrooms Master bedroom with ensuite and WIR Completely landscaped Outdoor entertaining Quality finishes
30 Day settlement
Subject to tenancy Property is currently rented for $950.00 per week
Please call for any questions, Steve Lowe on 0414 720 532.
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