Block size: 416 m² approx.House size: 123 m² approx.UV: $276,000 (2019)
Home is Where the Heart is…
You will surely fall in love with this family home that is nestled away in a quiet cul-de-sac and only a couple of minutes walk to Nature Reserve.
You will be delighted with the segregated master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, two generous living areas, a kitchen furnished with abundant bench space and gas cook top and a lovely covered rear patio perfect for alfresco entertaining are but some of the features this home offers.
Conveniently positioned just moments away from the vast array of amenities of growing Gungahlin Town Centre, Gungahlin Lakes Golf Club, Gungahlin Pond and a host of great schools; this home will tick a lot of boxes and is a must see.
So hop to it and I look forward to seeing you at my next open home.
Currently tenanted at $550 per week until 9th May 2020
House size: 123m2 approximately Garage size: 34m2 Block size: 417m2 Year built: 1999
Property features Solar panels on the roof to help reduce energy costs Ducted gas heating Reverse cycle air conditioning Segregated master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite Open plan kitchen family room Separate dining and lounge room Kitchen furnished with excellent bench space and gas cook top. Dishwasher Covered rear patio perfect for alfresco entertaining Positioned close to Nature Reserve and Gungahlin Pond
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