Most properties tick a couple of boxes but still leave buyers wanting more. Rarely will a property come along that satisfies all of your needs. Whether it's your first home or the final step in your property journey, this charming townhouse in Ngunnawal is the perfect opportunity to take that next step.
This double storey townhouse is sure to impress. Nestled into a private, picturesque and low maintenance garden setting, it's perfect for those searching for a first family home or a downsizing alternative, without compromising on space or privacy. Likewise, the landscaping will require minimal upkeep.
Immaculately maintained and looked after by the present tenants. Complete with segregated living areas, dining and a spacious kitchen, this townhouse offers three generous sized bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes and ample natural light. There is a toilet and vanity unit downstairs plus a family sized bathroom upstairs. The dining area leads out through sliding doors to a generous backyard. No body corporate fees is a rare find. This beautiful townhouse sits in the established suburb of Ngunnawal, a sought after family-friendly suburb, which offers great locality to schools, public transport & local shopping centres.
> Spacious 3 bedrooms > Built- in wardrobes in all bedrooms > Generous kitchen with pantry, gas cook top & dishwasher > In floor heating > Curtains and carpets included > Single garage with extra parking > Laundry > Downstairs toilet & vanity > Large family backyard > EER 5 > Ground Floor 50.70 > Upper Floor 49.95 > Garage 19.44 > Verandah 3.29
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