This bright and spacious three-bedroom house, in one of Canberra's newest and most highly-sought after suburbs, is perfect for young families and downsizers.
When you enter through the glass-panelled front door, you immediately know you've entered a stylish, modern home. High ceilings, real timber floors and large windows give the home a warm and spacious feel throughout.
Stepping into the formal lounge, the weight will instantly lift off your shoulders. Light, airy and roomy, you can put your feet up and switch on Netflix, or lay back and read a magazine. It's possible you may find yourself not wanting to get up again.
The open plan kitchen/dining/living is bathed in natural light from the large windows. The modern kitchen boasts induction cooktop with attractive glass splashback, plenty of storage and bench space - a must for the home chef - plus a breakfast bar for informal eating.
Each of the three bedrooms are generously sized. The master boasts a walk-in-robe and ensuite with double vanity for that touch of indulgence. The main bathroom offers a bath with separate toilet and bright floor-to-ceiling tiles keeping the aesthetic light and fresh.
Double glazed windows and ducted heating and cooling means no matter what the weather throws at you, you'll be able to relax in comfort in any part of the house.
Pop outside and you'll find the undercover alfresco entertaining space, ideal for fun with friends and family, with a manageable garden, perfect for veges, playtime or soaking up the sunshine.
With Charles Weston Primary School and Cooleman Court close by, everything you could want for everyday living is close at hand. The home is also just a short drive or ride to Stromlo Forest Park, reminding you why Canberra is known as the bush capital.
If you're looking for a light and airy, modern property with a low-maintenance yard that's close to both amenities and nature, then you've just found your new home.
WRIGHT Wright is a suburb in the Molonglo Valley district of Canberra. It is named in honour of Judith Wright, a poet, environmentalist and Aboriginal land rights advocate. It's central location provides easy access to Civic, Woden, Belconnen and the parliamentary triangle. Wright is also on the doorstep of Stromlo Forest Park, Canberra's world-class recreational sporting facility and close to the future Stromlo Leisure Centre scheduled to open in 2020. With multiple outdoor play areas and parks for all ages Wright provides the perfect family experience.
FEATURES - 3 bedrooms all with built in robes - Master bedroom with stylish ensuite and walk in robe - Light and bright formal living room with picture windows - Spacious open plan kitchen, dining and informal living room with vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling glass stacking doors - Entertainers kitchen with Bosch dishwasher, induction cook top and electric oven - Undercover alfresco entertaining space - Private landscaped gardens - Central heating and cooling - Gas boosted solar hot water - Separate Laundry - Freshly painted with new wool carpet in all bedrooms - Large lock up shed
STATISTICS EER: 6 Home Size: 133.3m2 Garage: 22.9m2 Land Value: $335,000 Land Size: $330m2 Rates: $2,434 Land Tax: $3,249
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