Tucked behind lush foliage on a tranquil Narrabundah street, you'll discover this four bedroom, high-ceiling family home is ready and waiting for you to move in.
Stepping through the welcoming entrance, on the right is the exquisite lounge room. Freshly painted and carpeted, complete with brick fireplace, this haven for relaxation is filled with the sunlight which pours in through the large glass doors.
And on the left is the large master bedroom, with picturesque cottage windows which let the dappled light spread across the room. The other three bedrooms, two with built-in robes, offer quiet solitude.
Stepping back into the hall and through to the main bathroom, you'll feel how light and spacious it is. You'll also see just how much storage is on offer - a feature noticeable throughout the house. The second bathroom-laundry combo forms the perfect team with a newly renovated shower, meaning if you have a larger family, or guests staying, there's plenty of amenities to go around.
The original kitchen has been so well maintained, its retro vibe will be the highlight when you entertain friends or family. Rest assured though, you'll find all the mod cons you need to cook up a feast.
And the stylish dining room is the perfect place to eat that feast. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out to the established gardens - which are low-maintenance, irrigated and hide little leafy nooks to escape to for a bit of "me time". In fact, you just may find the shade of the large oak tree is your new favourite spot.
A short five minute walk offers the convenience of Griffith shops, and walk just a little further to enjoy the boutique lifestyle of Manuka Village.
This much-loved and treasured property is part of a friendly community of families and long-term residents. This home really is what relaxing living is all about.
GET TO KNOW INNER SOUTH
Located near the city centre, on the south bank of the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra's Inner South is home to luscious leafy suburbs and some of the country's finest and most important institutions. Standing as one of the oldest parts of Canberra, the region is built in accordance with famed architect Walter Burley Griffin's design.
It is home to the political heart of the nation, as well as some of Canberra's most prestigious suburbs. Situated in Canberra's heart, the Inner South's picturesque suburbs are a small distance from the city centre or the rural south, and play host to a number of top schools and excellent healthcare facilities. An excellent place to raise a family and to feel a part of the beating heart of the nation.
- 6-star gas central heating (replaced 2017 and under manufacturer's warranty) - Ducted evaporative cooling (recently serviced - December 2019) - Freshly painted and newly carpeted throughout (pine floor boards underneath are in good condition) - New shower in second bathroom - Established, low-care gardens (irrigation systems on timers throughout) - Terracotta drainage pipes in garden replaced with PVC in 2012 - Lovely oak tree provides shade and cool for BBQs, meals, and to watch kids play and scoot on the pavers - Wonderful neighbours/community - a mix of younger families and long-term residents - Annual Christmas party in the central gardens and a long-running book club (almost 20 years) - 5 minute walk to Griffith Shops (down nearby shortcut); 20 minute walk to Manuka shops - Excellent school catchment (Primary: Red Hill and Forrest; Secondary: Telopea Park High; College: Narrabundah College) - 2 minute walk to Griffith Bannister Gardens Preschool. - NBN-wired (fibre to the curb); house previously connected to Foxtel - Great storage throughout, including in the kitchen - Two garden sheds
EER: 2.5 Land Size: 846m2 Land Value: $965,000 (2019) Rates: $5,853 per annum Land Tax: $9,923 per annum
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