Block size: 573 m² approx.House size: 231 m² approx.UV: $326,000 (2019)
Please contact Jess on 0410 125 475 to book your private 10min viewing.
Due to the rapidly unfolding COVID-19 situation, for health and safety reasons this property is available to view by prior arranged private inspection only.
Perfect for families to move straight in and enjoy, this immaculate 231.40sqm residence offers stylish, contemporary and easy care living. Parcelled on a 573sqm block, this home is conveniently located just moments to public transport, local Bonner shops and handy to Gungahlin Town Centre.
- $470,000+ for house only. Available on land rent scheme. - Wonderfully spacious interiors flooded with natural light - Low maintenance backyard, fantastic for children and pets - Pristine stone bench kitchen includes quality appliances, walk in pantry - Sleek main bathroom with shower and bathtub plus separate w/c - Four well appointed bedrooms with built in robes - Ensuite to upstairs separated master bedroom, plus huge walk in robe - Ducted heating and cooling, spacious internal laundry - Ample storage throughout including under stairs study nook - Automatic double lock-up garage with internal access - Walking distance to nearby recreation park and walking paths - Suits city workers, under 30 minutes drive to Canberra CBD
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