Block size: 250 m² approx.House size: 225 m² approx.
Enhance your living in these 4-bedroom houses in Throsby
Enhance your life with these 2 impressive houses on offer in Throsby.
Situated in Banggu Street, Numbers 4 & 6 are 4-bedroom houses that are a step up from the run-of-the-mill townhouse or apartment offerings on the market.
Each house offers approximately 170m² of living space, an excellent low-maintenance option for the busy growing family, downsizer or first-home buyer. These two-storey designs feature an alfresco area & double garage with internal access as well as a generous layout with cross-flow ventilation across both levels.
Warm & light-filled family & dining areas will delight residents while the kitchen at the heart of the designs will be a pleasure for the home cook or entertainer. A low-maintenance, enclosed, landscaped courtyard beyond an alfresco area will surely be an enjoyable space for kids and to hold summer barbeques.
Spacious bedrooms on the upper level come with built-in robes while the main bedroom enjoys a walk-in robe. Full-height tiled bathrooms enjoy modern ABEY tapware while the ensuite comes with his & her vanity.
Other features include:
Ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning
Instantaneous gas hot water system
90cm SMEG gas cooktop
90cm SMEG electric oven
Laminate timber flooring to entry, living, dining
Developed by Oakleigh Projects, one of Canberra's longtime builders, 4 & 6 Banggu Street will sure to be the envy of Throsby. Take advantage of this exclusive offering now and contact our agents for a private appointment.
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