Block size: 420 m² approx.House size: 222 m² approx.UV: $315,000 (2019)
Perfect Home in a Prime Location
Exceptionally positioned in the edge of Harrison and Gungahlin, and only minutes from the Gungahlin Center, this modern 4 bedrooms free-standing house is ideal for families seeking to upsize.
With a subtle designed separated lounge, living and dining areas provide ample of space with privacy that could easily accommodate your family's needs.
The new open plan kitchen is equipped with modern stainless-steel appliances, a stone benchtop and ample space for storage.
The expansive master bedroom is up-stairs with ensuit, walk-in robe and a balcony with beautiful views.
A security sensor, alarm and camera are also in place.
the easy-to-maintain back yard with timber deck and alfresco is perfect for children, entertaining and pet-friendly.
This lovely home is a must-see in the Gungahlin Region!
This is a fantastic opportunity for families! Call Alex Wang and Mihailo Dragicevic today to secure your HOME!
• Formal Lounge • Multiple living areas • New Kitchen • New Powerful Range-hood • 90mm Gas Cooking Top • Dishwasher and Oven • Convenient Location, close to Gungahlin Centre and public transport • Ducted Gas Heating • Ducted Evaporative Cooling • R/C air-condition • Balcony with beautiful views • Walk-in Robe in Master bedroom • Automatic Double Garage with internal access • NBN connected • Security alarm and video system • Timber deck & pergola
Property Details (All figures approx.):
Block: 2 Section: 63 Division: Harrison Land: 420 sqm Approx. Living: 222 sqm Approx. EER: 4.5 Built Year: 2007
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