Tucked away in the heart of Sutton village, 15 minutes north of Canberra, this three bedroom home offers a quiet, relaxed lifestyle in a friendly rural community. The house is positioned well back from the street amongst a private garden with ample lawn for the kids or pets to enjoy. The extensive shed/garage provides useful space for hobbies however, the village offers residents a range of excellent facilities for all the family. So bring them out for a change of pace and enjoy this little gem. - 116sqm of living on a 1,011sqm allotment - Low maintenance living with outdoor entertaining - Reverse cycle air conditioner in the living - Slow combustion fire in the living plus gas wall heater in dining - Ceiling fans in each bedroom to keep you cool at night - 75,000L rain water tank - Impressive Victorian Ash hardwood floors - Preschool and Sutton Primary school within 200 meters - Bus stops in centre of the village for Canberra school students - General store with post office and sumptuous country bakery - Excellent sporting facilities; tennis courts and pony club grounds
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