Sit out on the front patio and enjoy the distant views of Canberra or relax in the Roos Club for dinner; only within a short stroll down the road. That's the easy-care lifestyle on offer with this 3 bedroom plus study home situated in its Crestwood location!
As you approach this lovely home you will notice its commanding presence and street appeal. The convenient double garage has internal access upstairs to the study. This fabulous homes delivers on comfort and has a list of many features new owners are seeking for their next home.
You will enjoy a large kitchen with dishwasher, a gas cooktop, an electric oven and timber floors to name a few. The ducted evaporative cooling and instant gas hot water maintain a comfortable and enjoyable environment. Solar panels are installed to assist you with your monthly bills making it an advantage to improve your new home.
Other features worth noting include; reverse cycle heating and cooling in the master bedroom, built in robes in all bedroms and an upgraded laundry with storage cupboards and a benchtop.
The great outdoors can be enjoyed with friends on the covered rear deck for a BBQ, while the kids will enjoy planting veggies in the raised garden beds.
With so much on offer, make sure you include this one to your list! Often the first one you see is the one you call home!
• 3 bedroom+ Study home • Reverse cycle heating and cooling unit in the master bedroom • Built-in robes in all 3 bedrooms • Views from the lounge room and front deck • Internal access • Large kitchen with ample cupboards • Gas cooktop and electric wall oven • Dishwasher • Timber floors in the lounge and kitchen • Renovated Bathroom • Instant Gas hot water • Ducted evaporative cooling • Upgraded laundry with a benchtop and cupboards • Storeroom • Rear covered deck • Shed • Double garage with a remote • Solar panels • Raised veggie beds • Close to the Roos Club • Elevated street position
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