Outstanding Residence, Adjacent Reserve in a Quiet Cul-de-Sac
With exceptional flair, the original style of this classic federation-style residence has been seamlessly blended to the adjacent hilltop nature reserve to create a sensational family domain exclusively situated in one of Ngunnawal's premier streets. With spacious proportions and a flexible floorplan over two luxurious levels of living, this gorgeous home exudes ambience and elegance and would suit the most fastidious buyer. A tiled foyer opens out to an expansive formal lounge and dining rooms and an open plan kitchen, with a walk-in pantry, overlooking spacious family room with an outdoor entertaining deck. Three bedrooms, main with ensuite, and bathroom are also located at this level. Downstairs includes the fourth bedroom, rumpus/media room, laundry and a huge double garage with a workshop. Most rooms harmoniously capture the scenic vistas of both natural and urban environments. Offering extraordinary flexibility to meet the needs of virtually any family composition, with the downstairs area making it ideal as a teenager's retreat, guest wing or a home office.
Features: • Positioned at the end of a short quiet cul-de-sac with substantial parking space • Very light-filled • Large block of approximately 822m2 • Spacious federation-style home with a flexible floorplan • Adjacent to a hilltop nature reserve offering peaceful panoramic views from the back and front of the house • Provides direct access to relaxing walking trails filled with a plethora of bird-life • Scenic vistas from almost every room in the house • Large bedrooms with built-in robes to four bedrooms • Generous-sized master bedroom with ensuite and walk-through robe • Formal lounge (with bay window) and dining rooms • A large open-plan kitchen with a walk-in pantry, Miele oven, electric european cooktop and Bosch dishwasher • Family room and casual dining • Rumpus/media room with access to the outdoors • Spacious double garage with plenty of shelving supports with internal access and remote control doors • A workshop fitted out with a built-in bench and wine racks, with provision for the handyman's screws, nuts, bolts and tools • Linen cupboard • Garden shed • Back-to-base security alarm system • Zoned ducted reverse-cycle-air-conditioner • Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) NBN internet connection • Large lockable windows provide great views and light to almost every room in the house • Intercom between upstairs/downstairs and the kitchen/family room area • High ceilings throughout • Pattern-stamped concrete driveway and paving • A large verandah at the front of the house and a pergola outside the kitchen/family areas • Access gate to the nature reserve • Two distinct outdoor entertaining areas for family and friends to relax in • Established gardens • Concreted area at the side of the house can accommodate a trailer, caravan or work van behind locked gates • Close to good schools, Gungahlin Town Centre and Belconnen CBD • Suitable for a large, extended family or a tradesperson with the downstairs area making it ideal as a teenager's retreat, guest wing or a home office
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