Block size: 1119 m² approx.House size: 250 m² approx.UV: $322,000 (2019)
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Taking full advantage of its corner block location, this spacious abode was originally a builder’s own home and has been lovingly maintained its entire life. Boasting a solid double brick construction, this home’s impressive list of features goes on and on.
Soaring 9ft ceilings tower overhead and when paired with the home’s large proportions and abundance of natural light, create a space that feels bright and welcoming. The kitchen and meals area features a double fridge space, walk-in pantry and a dishwasher plus there is a formal living with raked ceilings and a formal dining room to enjoy.
There’s a covered patio which overlooks the established gardens and lawn while a full outdoor kitchen is ideal for hosting friends. The bedrooms are a good size and boast built-in robes while the master offers a walk-in robe.
Extra features include evaporative cooling and ducted gas heating, fresh carpet throughout, a powder room and a corner spa. There’s a double garage with internal access plus a detached double garage and three driveways in total, providing plenty of off-street parking.
This home is RZ2 Zoning and boasts an impressive 250m2 of space plus the garage. You’ll live close to local schools and public transport links while the heart of Canberra is only 22 minutes away.
Fast Facts: Original Owner Built 1990 Living 250m2 plus garage Block 1116m2 EER 2 RZ2 Zoning Evaporative cooling Ducted Gas Wardrobes in all bedrooms Master bedroom with WIR and Ensuite Large entertaining area
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