As we all know, location is everything! This home is situated in the very convenient suburb of Curtin in a family friendly quiet cul-de-sac with great rural type views to horse paddocks and open space.
This superb single level home with a very versatile floor plan has loads to offer with extended living areas opening out to a rear deck which overlooks the established rear garden. The living areas include formal lounge area, family room, large dining area that connects superbly to the open plan kitchen with breakfast bar and adjoining meals area. Accommodation is provided by three bedrooms the segregated master with ensuite, all bedrooms have built in robes.
Within a short stroll to playing fields, reserve, horse paddocks and within minutes to curtin shops, schools and cafes. Canberra City and Woden town centre are less than ten minutes away.
Some other features of this fantastic property are:
Quiet cul de sac Front entry deck Rear entertaining deck with fantastic outlook Duet blinds throughout Ducted vacuuming Ducted gas heating Ducted evaporative cooling Reverse cycle heat / cool Enclosed tandem carport Single garage Covered outdoor areas Renovated kitchen North east breakfast nook Lounge area Meals / dining area Family / sunroom Master bedroom with ensuite All bedrooms have built in robes Abundance of natural light throughout
UCV: $499,000 Land size: 719 sqm Living area: 159 sqm Rates: $3,327 pa EER: 1.5
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