Block size: 877 m² approx.House size: 140 m² approx.
Fully Renovated and landscaped, Elevated position, Canberra side
Wonderful opportunity to take advantage of the huge effort that has been made to make this expansive home a contemporary, convenient and safe executive residence. It comprises 3 large bedrooms, the main with a large walk-in wardrobe and generous ensuite, the others with built-ins. There are two large living spaces and the lounge is wired for a speaker system to provide surround sound.
The kitchen is a delight with a 5 burner gas cooktop, stone benchtops, dishwasher, integrated rangehood, 80 litre multifunction electric oven and extensive storage. The bathrooms are fitted with infra-red heating and fan and have been completely renovated. All tapware and door hardware have been renewed.
Floor coverings are quality tiles, Karndean Korlok flooring and 6-star heavy duty carpet. Climate is beautifully controlled by ducted gas heating and split system RCAC to the main bedroom and lounge. This is superbly supplemented by R6 Earthwool ceiling insulation and internal roller blinds. There is a ducted cleaning system.
The grounds are fully landscaped with only a small area of lawn meaning low maintenance. The rear grounds include multiple fruit trees amid manicured gardens filled with colour. A double garage and a double carport accommodate 4 cars comfortably.
4 Thane Court is a sensational offering and will not last long. Call.Us.Now!!
Land: 877m2, Living: 140m2, Alfresco: 29m2, 4 car accommodation
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