This beautifully appointed four bedroom home perched on a quiet street with quality homes around on the elevated upper north side of the popular suburb of Bonner is close to quality schools, public transport, Bonner shop as well as close proximity to the Amaroo shops and Gungahlin Town Centre. The clever floorplan takes full advantage of the northern aspect of this home to maximize natural sunlight throughout the day while capturing the breathtaking view of the greater Gungahlin area from the rear.
With four good sized bedrooms, separate indoor and outdoor living areas, a gourmet kitchen with stone bench tops and top of the range stainless steel appliances, this home is sure to impress astute buyers looking to find their next home or investment option in this area.
Key Features: - North facing - Opposite parkland & reserve - Four generous bedrooms - Master bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite - LED lights - Spacious open-plan family room, dining and kitchen - Impressive kitchen with quality Bosch & SMEG appliances - Stone benchtops and glass splashback - Laundry with plenty of storage cupboards - Double garage with internal access - Separate toilet with basin - Sun shade sail on the driveway - Ample arking spaces for visitors - Colorbond Fence - 4 KW Solar System - NBN connected - Short drive to Bonner Shops & School - Short drive to Gungahlin Town Centre
EER 5.5 Land Size: 427m2 (approx.) House Size: 141.2m2 (approx.) - Garage: 38.16m2 (approx.) Pergola - 20 m2 (approx.)
Property Type: House
legal Details: Energy Efficiency Rating: 5.5
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