Block size: 450 m² approx.House size: 191 m² approx.UV: $415,000 (2019)
Room for all the family
Conveniently located in a quiet street with garden proud neighbours, this home is perfect for families at all stages of life. Well designed and being offered for sale regretfully, as its been a much loved home for some time. Spacious and segregated living spaces including formal lounge, family room and rumpus or home theatre. Established and landscaped gardens featuring the perfect blend of indoor, outdoor alfresco living. Close to Franklin Early Childhood, Harrison School & Gungahlin College and only a 3 min walk to bus stop and 10 minute walk to the light rail and Franklin local shops.
• Solar panels back to grid – paying most of the electricity bills for the year • Ducted gas heating, ducted evaporative cooling, split system air-conditioner in the master bedroom and under-tile heating to main bathroom, ensuite and kitchen and family room • Alarm, security cameras, crimsafe screen to front door and main bedroom windows • Rumpus room has cabling for speakers and mounted TV as well as soundproofing making it perfect for home theatre or video games room • Data cabling and coaxial cabling throughout the house, patch panel controlled, NBN fibre to the home & Foxtel ready • Outdoor blinds installed to alfresco making it ideal for all year use • Established gardens with three separate areas at the rear featuring a variety of fruit trees including oranges, limes, lemons and olives and two garden sheds
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