Amidst lovely gardens along Waller Crescent, you will find this delightful double brick 4 bedroom home with a main bathroom an ensuite. Offering close proximity to Canberra City, Mt Ainslie, Russsell and Lake Burley Griffin. This property has been thoughtfully renovated and accommodates a flexible floor plan in this tightly held, well established area.
The property is north facing, directly overlooking parkland. Filled with natural light and an expansive balcony running off the master bedroom and kitchen, this home is the perfect retreat.
The backyard will encourage family and friends outside to enjoy radiant days and long evenings throughout the summer months. The property offers plenty of storage space underneath. This is the perfect opportunity for those looking to buy in a premium Campbell location.
Features Include: • Two garages with remote controllers • Ensuite • Ducted gas heating • Radio/Music Speakers throughout the house • Storage Galore (Under Home) • Large lounge/dinning room • New electrical appliances • Large Backyard • Outside font and back automatic sensor lights • Filtered water in the kitchen • Disabled Access • 4 Large size bedrooms
EER: 3 Block: 3 Section:25 Block Size: 701 m2 Residence Size: 181.92m2 Garage: 41.54m2 Rates: $4,662 per year (approx) Land Tax: $7,666 per year (approx)
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