Designed for the larger family with the possibility to accommodate the extended family. This home boasts 216m2 of living; all four-bedrooms, family and living areas larger than average.
As you enter there is a feeling of additional space which is projected by the 2.7m high ceilings and separation of formal living and family areas. Enjoy life with the family in a home which you’ll have room to accommodate all events whilst only being a short distance to local schools, Gungahlin town centre and numerous walking tracks and playgrounds.
Features Include: - Samsung smart door lock system - Double glazed windows - 2.7m high ceilings - Bamboo flooring - Reverse cycle electric heating/cooling (three zones) - Soft close drawers - 40mm stone waterfall bench top - Undermount sink with tray - Bosch appliances - 900mm stainless steel gas cook top & electric oven - ICON garage door
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