It doesn’t get better than this. Views to Lake Tuggeranong with a short stroll across the road to the walking and bicycle tracks that meander through parkland all around the foreshore. Positioned in a small complex of only nine townhouses and offering approximately 208 sqm of living space flowing over two levels.
The living areas comprise a combined lounge and dining room and from the lounge room you can access the rear courtyard. The light filled family/meals area also has access onto the rear courtyard. The modern kitchen has an island bench, gas cooktop, walk in pantry and a dishwasher. The laundry with adjacent courtyard containing the clothesline and hot water service and a powder room are on the ground floor too.
Upstairs there are four generously sized bedrooms and the main bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, walk in robe and access onto a balcony from which you can enjoy the lake views. The other three bedrooms have built in robes. The main bathroom has a vanity, shower and corner spa bath with a separate toilet and adjacent vanity. There is a gallery or cosy reading nook with a large feature circular window providing ample natural light. Extra storage is provided by a coat cupboard in the hall and a storage area under the stairs.
The rear terrace with views to the lake is ideal for entertaining in the coming warmer months. Car accommodation is provided by a double garage with an automatic door and internal access.
Transport links are right on the doorstep with access to Drakeford Drive just around the corner which provides easy access to the Woden Town Centre and the city. The Tuggeranong Town Centre is approximately 2 kms by car.
For sporting facilities, the Tuggeranong Enclosed Oval is located in Greenway and accommodates AFL, Football, League, Rugby and Grid Iron.
The suburb is named after the architect Francis Greenway (1777 – 1837). The streets of Greenway are named after architects. It includes the Tuggeranong Town Centre, Lake Tuggeranong and small residential areas on the north western and north eastern shores of the lake. It is next to the suburbs of Kambah, Wanniassa, Oxley, Monash and Bonython. It is bounded by Athllon Drive and Drakeford Drive. Behind the suburb is the Urambi Hills Nature Reserve and the Murrumbidgee River.
- Views to Lake Tuggeranong - Easy access across the road to walking and bicycle tracks that meander around the lake foreshore - Formal and informal living areas - Modern kitchen with gas cook top, dishwasher, island bench and walk in pantry - Main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, walk in robe and balcony - Built in robes to all other bedrooms - Main bathroom with separate toilet - Gallery/alcove/reading nook - Powder room on lower level - Laundry with adjacent courtyard with clothesline - Gas heating and ducted evaporative cooling - Gas hot water service - Ducted vacuum - NBN connection – fibre to the node - Low maintenance courtyard gardens - Small complex with nine townhouses - Double garage with automatic door and internal access
Statistics: (all measures/figures are approximate) EER 2.5 Land size: 3,391 sqm (Entire block) Land value $2,052,000 (Entire block) Rates: $624.35 per quarter Land tax (if rented): $879.88 per quarter Body corporate levies: $707.90 per quarter Living area: 207.94 sqm Garage: 39.49 sqm Rental appraisal: $580 - $610 per week unfurnished
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