Block size: 432 m² approx.House size: 150 m² approx.UV: $443,000 (2019)
Stunning 4 Bed ensuite Townhouse. Close to Everything
Auction Location: 46-50 Hibberson Street Gungahlin ACT 2912.
Set in a wonderful garden and designed to take full advantage of it, is this delightful townhouse. Just a few minutes walk from the Town Centre and all it has to offer including the Light Rail Terminal.
The house comprises 4 bedrooms, the main with a comfortable ensuite and is part of a Parents' Retreat which includes an expansive first floor North facing balcony. A convenient powder room and study or fourth bedroom on the ground floor adds flexibility to this excellent home - it could be the basis of a home business! All 3 other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The house has only one shared wall - a significant advantage, and the present owners have created a pleasant Garden Room on the opposite side.
Cooking is electric, however, there is a gas fitting at the cooktop and it would be a simple matter to have gas cooking. Floor coverings are quality timber, wool carpet and tiles. Climate is controlled by ducted gas heating and evaporative air conditioning - the perfect combination for Canberra. Hot water is electric.
Additional features are external lighting and power points and an external gas bayonet. There is increased insulation and sound-proofing and the house is plumbed for rain water. The garage is cleverly designed to provide an office or workshop space.
266 Anthony Rolfe is a superb City townhouse on a larger than normal block. This will not last long, call me now!!
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