In the thriving suburb of Moncrief this is no ordinary townhouse! This is a well thought out light filled, north facing townhouse that is absolutely a cut above what you might have seen.
Being north facing the benefits are obvious in relation to the livability of the home, which in itself improves the day to day comfort of living here. The spaces are generous, far more generous than you might expect, which gives the home a lovely feel of openness and comfort.
A wide sweeping stairwell leads to the second floor where three great sized bedrooms are found surrounding a large breakout rumpus space, again an unexpected bonus. The main bedroom on this level is excellent complete with its own en-suite bathroom.
A large double garage allows accommodation for your vehicles and internal access to the property adds security and peace of mind and convenience. Another massive bonus is the solar array on the roof to offset your living costs
This town residence is so well positioned with easy access to the main arterial roads to take you across town, along with easy access to the Gungahlin precinct. EER 6
Please speak with Tim Russell 0416 087 834 or Eoin Ryan Hicks 0424 042 419 for further information or a private inspection.
Features include: North facing light filled living spaces Three large bedrooms Double lock up garage with internal access En-suite bathroom to main bedroom Townhouse size 142.5m2 Gas cooking Ducted Reverse Cycle air conditioning Gas infinity hot water system Solar P.V system
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