Growing and large families will love coming home to this quiet cul-de-sac location and single level 4 bedroom home on a generous 824m2 block with multiple large living rooms.
At the front of the home is an expansive covered portico, overlooking the Brindabella Mountain Range. This is the perfect place to enjoy the evenings' sunset and undulating valley views.
The large and growing family will love the segregation of living rooms and galley style kitchen in original and excellent condition.
The kitchen incorporates gas and electric cooking, full size pantry, large breakfast bar and an abundance of cabinets and draws for all the kitchen gadgets.
The master suite features a large walk in robe and ensuite. While the remaining bedrooms include their own built in robes.
A large open family and meals area flows to the expansive covered outdoor entertaining area. A great space to simply unwind and watch the children and furry loves explore the extensive established garden.
Two cars and plenty of extras are secured within the double garage with internal and remote access.
Additional features enjoyed by the home: - Formal Lounge and Dining + Family room and meals - Expansive front portico - Covered outdoor entertaining area - Freshly painted throughout - Master bedroom with large walk in robe and own bathroom - Open plan living - Original and excellent condition - Ducted gas heating - Instant gas hot water - Gas cooktop and electric wall oven - Ducted evaporative cooling - Linen cupboards - Garage with remote and internal access - Lock up garden shed and hill hoist clothes line - Close travel distance to local shops, schools and amenities House 175m2 70m2 Garage 824m2 Block
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