Are you looking for the perfect home for extended families and do you love to entertain in beautiful surroundings? If the answer is yes to this question, then put this enchanting home first on your list of houses to visit, because it fulfils these requirements and more.
Set on approximately 901 square metres of land, the home has masses of space indoors and out. The stylish formal living area, with slow combustion heater, flows through double glass doors to the kitchen, dining area and family room with direct access to the leafy rear garden.
The kitchen, featuring celery top pine, includes a new four burner stainless steel gas cooktop, Chef electric oven, new stainless exhaust, abundant cupboard space, including a pantry, and double bi-fold doors open to a European laundry.
The segregated master bedroom is located at the rear of the home with access to a tranquil paved sitting area in the garden. Perfectly positioned next to the family room and second bathroom, this area is an ideal Parents' Retreat.
There are three additional bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes. Bedroom two includes a huge study area and double sliding glass doors open onto a rear deck. When you need a study break this is the perfect spot to recharge the batteries. Bedroom three also includes a built-in desk and shelving area. The second bathroom and separate toilet are located near the bedrooms.
The rear garden is delightful and provides paved areas to sit and relax, while children will delight in the various nooks and crannies to play hide and seek, truly a magical garden. Ducted gas heating, gas wall and slow combustion heaters ensure warmth during the cooler months. Lots of car accommodation with double garage and double carport.
The home is opposite parkland and Farrer Pre and Primary Schools. Drive down the road to the fabulous Farrer Shops, enjoy breakfast or lunch at the Fox and Bow cafe, shop at the well-stocked IGA, dine at the Mustang, Nepalese restaurant and the four legged members of the family can visit Sampooch!
An exciting addition to the area is the new "Farrer Nature Play Park" featuring timber climbing structures, a sand pit, tunnel and climbing cables and nest swing as well as a mountain bike circuit, a wonderful area for children to explore and enjoy.
The property is in close proximity to Woden Town Centre, the Canberra Hospital, Marist College and Melrose High School.
Four bedroom, two bathroom home set on a block of 901 m2 (approx.) Stylish formal living room with slow combustion heater Dining area opposite kitchen Kitchen featuring celery top pine, new four burner stainless steel gas cooktop, Chef electric oven, new stainless steel exhaust, abundant cupboard space, including a pantry and bi-fold doors open to a European laundry Family room with direct access to rear garden Segregated master bedroom with garden access Family room and second bathroom located beside master bedroom providing a "Parents' Retreat" area Bedroom two includes built-in wardrobe and huge study area, double glass sliding doors to rear deck Bedroom three with built-in robe Bedroom four with built-in wardrobe, desk and shelving Main bathroom, separate toilet Linen cupboard, Robinhood ironing board Ducted gas heating (except master bedroom), gas wall heater in the family room, slow combustion heater in the living room Double garage and double carport Leafy front garden with pond Paved terraces and meandering paths throughout the delightful rear garden Located opposite parkland and Farrer Pre and Primary Schools Farrer Nature Play Park fantastic children's play area located down the road Close proximity to Woden Town Centre, Canberra Hospital, Melrose High School, Marist College and Farrer shops, featuring Fox and Bow cafe, IGA supermarket, Mustang Nepalese restaurant and Shampooch
A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.