Block size: 675 m² approx.House size: 333 m² approx.UV: $580,000 (2019)
Extra-Large Home on a Big Block of Land in Franklin
Set in a brilliant neighbourhood among amazing properties in one of the most spectacular position in Franklin, appears this sophisticated & remarkable residence extra-large home perfect for extended family and entertainers to celebrate living daily. This single level magnificent home features high internal ceiling, chef's kitchen in the centre of immense open plan living area leading to a fabulous alfresco area & spacious backyard.
This home presents a formal lounge room at the front of home, large family living area and a spacious dining area. The main bedroom features walk-in-robe & an ensuite, providing comfort & privacy to enjoy living. The home is complemented by stunning outdoor dining, ideal for entertaining or relaxing in peaceful surroundings.
An amazing opportunity to upgrade your family home is here now. Call Anish for further details or to book an appointment to view this beautiful large family home before you miss this one.
Property Features Include:
Striking street appeal
Large study room
Formal Lounge at the front of house
Large family living & dining area
Modern kitchen with extra bench spaec
High ceiling throughout
Ducted heating & cooling system
Large double garage with working bench space & internal access
Spacious & low maintenance front yard & backyard
Sensational 675sqm block of land
Minutes away from local schools, Recreational Park & shops
A short drive to Gungahlin Town Centre
5 - 15 Minutes' drive to Mitchell, Belconnen & the city
Call Anish now to organise a time to view this beautiful large home before you miss out.
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