Block size: 477 m² approx.House size: 180 m² approx.
House and Land Package
*Please note that Open homes are held at our display suite in Kingston Foreshore, you can find us at 161/43 Eastlake Parade Kingston*
This fantastic opportunity is located in one of Canberra's newest Southside suburbs, Denman Prospect. For the buyer looking for enough space for the whole family this might just be the perfect fit.
Some of the many benefit's to purchasing a House and Land package are the opportunities to work with the builder on colours and textures. Everything has been thought of from plenty of storage, north facing entertaining area to the quiet.
It is only a short walk/ride to the world class Stromlo Forest Park as well as being surrounded by a host of recently built and high quality luxury properties.
Call today on 0412 392 284 to arrange a meeting at our display suite in Kingston Foreshore.
Features Include: Designer Kitchen 40mm bench tops Stainless steel Bosch appliances Panel lift garage door Architecturally Designed 90 days maintenance Double Glazed Windows Throughout Under Mount Sink MBA contract Ducted reverse air con Full height tiles in bathrooms Video intercom Dishwasher All approvals and provisions made 90 day maintenance period from completion and 5 year builders structural warranty Selection assistance available Three coat paint system HUME series selected for door furniture LED down light TV and Data allowed House advertised includes builders Premiuim range inclusions 4000L Slimline Polytank water tank Luxury Tile Flooring EER: 6.0
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