22 Hereford Street is that thoughtful mix of comfort, practical touches and stylish finishes. This home is beautifully presented, the layout very family friendly with three seperate living areas and a very handy covered pergola ideally positioned on the eastern side of the house so it is cool in summer and captures the morning sun in winter.
The grounds are landscaped with established lawns, trees and shrubs, a useful garden shed helps keep things tidy and the fully fenced backyard is just the right size for the kids and dogs to run and play.
Inside the colour palette is neutral, hard surfaces are tiles and the bedrooms fitted with carpet. The curtains, blinds and light fittings are all simple and practical, everything works very well together. The cooks in the family will enjoy the kitchen - it is fitted with more than enough drawers and storage space and the breakfast bar is always popular.
This home has ducted airconditioning, ceiling fans and plenty of glass. The bathroom has a bath and shower and the ensuite is fitted with a double basin set up. Contemporary tiling adorns the walls and floors and the home looks and feels like it would be very easy to live in.
Key Features include:
Ducted Actron Air Conditioning
Gas cooktop, electric oven
Glass splash back in the kitchen
Ceasarstone benchtops and big pantry
Master bedroom fitted with his and her robes
TV outlets in each room
Rheem Gas hot water
Garden shed and veggie beds
This home is situated close to all amenities with the school, village centre and train station being only a short distance away. Bungendore is an easy 30 - 35 minutes from Canberra, a short 17 - 20 minutes drive from Queanbeyan and 8 minutes to HQJOQ, so if you are yearning to live in a country town, yet be close to the city, this is the perfect place for you.
For more information or to arrange an inspection please contact Ray White Bungendore on 02 6238 0700, Ellie Merriman on 0402 117 877.
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