Block size: 481 m² approx.House size: 237 m² approx.UV: $354,000 (2019)
Spacious & Glamorous urban abode
Vacant & ready for its new owner/s, this extraordinary residence reveals an impeccable sense of excitement & style to enjoy living. Offering a true entertainer's lifestyle; with sprawling open plan living areas flowing effortlessly through the interior of the home. An elegant formal lounge area at the front of this home provides a sophisticated space for those special occasions you look forward to. Tucked away from the living areas are 4 bedrooms boasting a wonderful feeling of space with perfect ambience for those who enjoy something out of the ordinary. The spacious kitchen is the hub of this home which connects living & dining areas to the outdoor entertainment space for all kinds of activities among family and friends.
Your vehicles are well looked after in the double garage with remote controlled panel lift door & internal access to the home. There are built in storage cabinets in the garage for everyday convenience. Add to this ducted heating & cooling system shall keep you comfortable throughout the year. Close to excellent local schools, transport, local shops, minutes from the Gungahlin & Canberra city it offers a suave lifestyle in excellent location.
Property Features Includes:
Natural light filled sunny aspect Practical layout for a growing family Large formal & family living areas Sleek modern kitchen with plenty of bench & cupboard space Ducted air-conditioning system Low maintenance landscaping
This highly recommended residence should be placed at the top of your viewing list. Call Shaun now to book an appointment to view this home before you miss this one.
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