Block size: 644 m² approx.House size: 137 m² approx.UV: $327,000 (2019)
Elevated and on the park
Desirably located in a quiet cul-de-sac at the top of Charnwood is this wonderful four bedroom family home. Offering an ideal position opposite open parkland and a children's playground, the home has a beautiful outlook to the rear with views to the hills. Freshly updated with new carpets and paint, the home boasts an abundance of light-filled living spaces and a practical floorplan for families. The open plan layout offers excellent flow from inside to out for comfortable living and entertaining year round. Perfect for barbeques, you can sit on the North facing back deck while keeping an eye on the kids in the large family-friendly backyard that comes complete with an inground swimming pool! This home presents a fantastic opportunity to secure a great lifestyle for your family.
• Located in a quiet, cul-de-sac location at the top of Charnwood capturing a north aspect to the rear • Renovated bathroom/toilet, large kitchen featuring gas cooking, dishwasher and oversized oven • Secure backyard showcasing an entertainer's deck, pergola, inground swimming pool, paved pool area, garden shed with power, new colorbond fencing, low maintenance gardens with irrigation • Ducted gas heating throughout, ceiling fans, brand new carpets, fresh paint, built in robes to bedrooms • Single carport, off-street parking, parkland, skate bowl and children's playground across the road • Short walk to Fraser Primary School, Charnwood-Dunlop School, Tillyard shops, bus stops, medical centre • A four minute drive to Woolworths, nine minute drive to Casey Market Town or Westfield Belconnen
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