A home of generous proportions #22 Jennings Street was built for the growing family.
Constructed 2011 and featuring 320sqm under the roof line, this beautiful home was cleverly designed with space, functionality and family in mind. Featuring high ceilings, sky lights and large flowing living areas bathed in plenty of natural light. The hub of the home offers the perfect space for family to come together with expansive open plan kitchen, meals and family areas spilling out to a private enclosed back yard. Entertaining is a breeze with options both inside and out including formal lounge, dining and alfresco , all perfect for sharing quality time with friends. Accommodation includes five good sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes, ceiling fans and master bedroom equipped with ensuite and large walk in robe for the fashion conscious. Oversized double garage with internal access and lush landscaped gardens complete an attractive package. Positioned in a premium, leafy loop street, convenient to the popular Curtin Shopping village, quality schools, The Canberra Hospital and easy access to main arterial roads into Westfield Woden and the CBD. Enjoy a healthy lifestyle with the recreational benefits of the Curtin Reserve, Mount Stromlo and Cotter cycling destinations at your doorstep! If quality, space and convenience is your dream then don’t miss out on this truly wonderful offering to market!
• 2011 construction • 320sqm under roof line, single level, no stairs • Five bedrooms, three living spaces plus alfresco • Main bedroom ensuite and walk in robe • 2.7m ceilings • Stone bench tops, quality appliances, induction cook top, two ovens, dishwasher • Ducted gas heating • Evaporative cooling • Ample storage throughout • Ceiling fans in bedrooms • LED lighting throughout • Solar panels • Two Infinity hot water systems • Landscaped irrigated gardens plus veggie patch • 5,000L water tank • Large double garage with internal access • Plenty of off street parking for caravan, trailer or boat • Underground electricity • Superfast cable internet
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