Set in an enviable position on the high side of a quiet street, this beautifully presented three bedroom ensuite home is perfectly located. Day and night time views to the Brindabella Rangers are spectacular and provide a stunning aspect to enjoy. This generous sized private block has been landscaped to provide easy care so you can spend your days relaxing and spending time with your family and guests. Built for entertaining, the home has great segregation of formal and informal living areas with a large living area to the front of the home and spacious family area off the kitchen to the rear. The modern kitchen is central to the home, has a dishwasher, gas cooktop, large benchtops, tiled flooring and open plan work space. There is a large study with easy external access which would make a great office to see your clients or it could also be an additional fourth bedroom. The backyard has been optimised for entertaining with an impressive designated paved area which is private, inviting and will probably be the most used space of the entire home. Car accommodation is provided by an oversized double lock up garage PLUS ample additional off street parking on the large driveway. A spectacular, modern family home.
* Three bedroom ensuite home * Main bedroom with ensuite and walk-through robe * Elevated location with stunning views * Established, easy care and secure gardens * Modern kitchen with gas cooktop, tiled flooring & large benchtops * Tasteful bathroom & ensuite * Sunny aspect and quiet location * Generous formal and informal living areas * Large double garage * Single level interior * Ducted gas heating * Study with easy external access
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