Elegant, Executive Residence in a Superb Parkside Location
A residence of rare style and distinction, sited in one of Narrabundah's finest locations. Facing parkland and capturing excellent natural light, this executive home has been substantially renovated to create a modern sanctuary, perfect for the growing family. Balancing original features with a contemporary colour palette and superb quality of finish, the home is immersed in its garden environment with seamless indoor and outdoor flow. Positioned just minutes to Manuka Village, quality schools and transport links, a property offering an incomparable lifestyle opportunity within the Inner South.
Substantially renovated home situated opposite parkland Spacious entry foyer internal access to a single garage Large formal lounge room, with French doors onto the front deck overlooking the park Open fireplace in lounge room Casual dining room Extended open-plan kitchen and family room Kitchen with Bosch Appliances, stone bench tops and breakfast bar Separate study/multi-purpose area off family room Main bedroom with renovated ensuite and built-in robes Two further bedrooms with built-ins Luxe family bathroom with separate bath New laundry with ample storage Ducted gas heating RC/AC in living areas and main bedroom Rear outdoor entertaining area accessed through bi-fold cedar doors Fenced, private rear garden
Close proximity to: Walking distance to Red Hill Primary School Narrabundah College and St. Benedict's Primary School. Short drive to Manuka Village, private schools and the Parliamentary Triangle.
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