Located within an appealing small complex full of neat well maintained townhouses, is the idyllic opportunity for a downsizer or first home buyer.
This beautifully presented single level townhouse that has street frontage, offers light filled open plan living and dining with a secure and neat easy care covered courtyard, garden filled with native plants and a dedicated BBQ zone, perfect for entertaining family and friends or relaxing in the coming warm summer months.
A modern spacious kitchen is the hub of the home with an island bench to gather around, and appointed with up-to-date stainless steel appliances – gas cook top, own and dishwasher. The kitchen adjoins the spacious family room and outdoor living area creating easy indoor outdoor living.
A slightly separate lounge and dining is located at the front of the home, the perfect place to enjoy a quiet book or drink, or entertain with a lavish dinner party.
The main bedroom has a walk in robe and ensuite, with the other two bedrooms having built in robes. Other features to ensure year round comfort include ducted gas heating and cooling. There is NBN connection, plus a double remote control garage with internal access.
The complex is located within the established and poular suburb of Amaroo and a short walking distance to parks, schools and conveniently close to Amaroo shops. Also positioned just a short drive from the Gungahlin Market Place, supermarkets, services and to transport links to the city and Belconnen.
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