Block size: 512 m² approx.House size: 126 m² approx.UV: $316,000 (2019)
Family sanctuary on large corner block in quiet cul-de-sac
* 512 square-metre corner block * Ducted gas central heating renovated in 2019 and slow-combustion wood fire * Established, dog-friendly, native garden with partially covered outdoor patio * Energy-saving LED lighting throughout * Main bedroom with en-suite bathroom and wall-length built-in wardrobe * Two other bedrooms with built-in wardrobes * Bathroom, WC, laundry all separate * Updated kitchen including dishwasher, Bosch oven and plenty of storage space * Automatic double lock-up garage with internal access and remote controls * National Broadband Network (NBN) fibre-to-the-premises installed * 450 metres to Amaroo School, 800 metres to Amaroo shops (Coles, Coffee Guru, My Local Gym), a short stroll to Yerrabi Pond and 2.9km to Gungahlin Marketplace * Good building and pest inspection report, 3.5 star EER and contract for sale all available
This well-presented family home, which has only ever had one owner so far, lies on a large corner block in sought-after Amaroo. It features two separate living areas with a dining room. The generous lounge area has a modern slow-combustion fireplace, bay windows and custom wood blinds. The kitchen has a Bosch electric oven, a gas cooktop and plenty of storage space. Each bedroom has a built-in robe and the laundry has a built-in linen closet. The floors are slate, tile and wood-look. The generous double garage has an automatic door and internal access. There are six car-park spaces directly across the road in the cul-de-sac. The corner block, with neighbours on only one side, offers a sanctuary in the middle of the suburb. The established native garden has seen a variety of dogs and children grow up over 20 years. With the house now vacant, you could be in your new home by Christmas.
Open house on Saturday 26th October 12pm-1pm and Sunday 27th October 12pm-1pm, or to arrange a private inspection at another time contact Clive Hunton on 0407 329363.
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