Block size: 817 m² approx.House size: 189 m² approx.UV: $286,000 (2019)
Oversized family home in the heart of Richardson!
Welcome, to number 43 Fullerton Crescent Richardson. An incredible opportunity to secure a beautiful & spacious family home that offers so much!
Upon entry you are welcomed into the formal lounge room & dining area which provides a great space for the whole family to relax & unwind.
Through to the kitchen, which has been fully renovated & features a 900mm Westinghouse gas cooktop, electric oven & built-in dishwasher & microwave for added convenience.
There is also ample cupboard & drawer space both above & below bench for all your kitchen needs. Next to the walk-in pantry, you will find a beautiful window seat where you can relax with a book in the sun, the kids can do their homework or even help with the cooking. Additional storage below the window seat allows for school bags to be stored.
Flowing off the kitchen area is the family room which then flows directly through to the oversized rumpus room. A versatile space for the whole family to utilize & enjoy.
Heating & cooling throughout the home is taken care of via the ducted reverse cycle gas heating/cooling system, perfect during the cooler Canberra winter months & warmer Canberra summers.
The main bathroom has been updated & includes both bathtub & shower perfect for young families.
Three bedrooms are positioned toward the front of the home, two includes built-in storage of their own. The generous sized master bedroom is segregated toward the rear of the home & features an updated ensuite & walk-in wardrobe.
Heading outdoors you’ll find the entertainment deck area which is perfect for family gatherings & entertaining year-round. Beyond this is the well-maintained backyard & easy-care garden, with plenty of grassed area for the kids & pets to run around on. With more than enough options & space to create your own additions should you wish.
The oversized garage is perfect for housing all the additional toys & tools. At the rear of the garage, you will find a separate shower, toilet and sink coupled next to a generous storage room. This additional space could also be used as a home office or a music room. Additional built-in storage is also provided in the garage.
Don’t miss this opportunity to secure your new family home!
Features include: - 189m2 living space - 54m2 garage with one automatic roller door - Double carport - Large 817m2 block - Segregated living spaces - Ducted gas heating & cooling throughout - Fully renovated kitchen - 900mm Westinghouse gas cooktop - Built-in dishwasher - Updated ensuite - Updated main bathroom with both bath & shower - Deck entertainment area - Rumpus room - New carpet throughout - Freshly painted throughout - Multiple additional off-street parking options - Moments from the local Calwell & Chisholm shopping precinct’s - Easy access to Monaro Highway
Explaining offers over process: - To ensure a fair & equitable process, all offers are confidential. This gives our buyers peace of mind that we will not disclose an offer to another buyer in an attempt to force that buyer's intent. - When assessing a price to offer, bear in mind there isn't usually a second chance to change it. For guidance on how best to submit an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me. - Offers close at 12pm, Tuesday, giving buyers ample opportunity to complete further inspections, show family & friends, & finalise finance requirements. - To ensure a level playing field, all offers are presented to the seller at the same time. Upon the seller making a decision, no further negotiations will be entered into. - All offers presented will be notified of the seller's decision.
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