Block size: 831 m² approx.House size: 185 m² approx.UV: $421,000 (2019)
Create long lasting memories here
Set back from the street privately framed by established shrubs and trees - This 4 bedroom ensuite family home is sure to impress those looking to secure a long term home in the blue ribbon suburb of Hawker. Located in the heart of the suburb, it is ideal for those looking to take full advantage of what this beautiful community has to offer.
A well thought out floor plan with living areas to the front and bedrooms to the back provide a functional home for those with big families. An L shaped Lounge and Dining room are ideal for entertaining guests. A good sized kitchen with plenty of sunlight which is adjoined by the rumpus room extension which combine to create the perfect homely feel.
The good sized rear yard is designed for low maintenance so that you can spend more time running around and playing with the family and enjoying the outdoors. The well established front yard offers privacy whilst also providing good street appeal.
It's no secret people buy into Hawker because of the convenience of the location being so close to great schooling from pre-school to year 12, local shops, public transport, Belconnen Westfield, Jamison town centre, Hawker shops, Hawker bowling club, the pinnacle reserve and so much more. Why not get in touch now to arrange a time to view?
Westinghouse oven and grill Miele dishwasher Brivis Ducted gas heating - zoned Bonaire Evaporative cooling NBN or transact Hardwood timber deck Bamboo flooring Lemon tree Lime tree 2 x garden shed Colorbond fencing Veggie garden Underhouse storage Gas hot water Solar panels - 3.2 kw 10 panels Built in robes bed 1,2 & 3 Living: 185m2
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