Resort living with tennis court and pool in sought after south Bruce
Set on an elevated block of approximately 2320m2 is this expansive family and unique split level home. Sited north to rear and offering a contemporary family lifestyle focused on relaxed indoor/outdoor living, light-filled throughout it provides a stylish home with raked ceilings and multiple indoor/outdoor entertaining areas. Generous interiors include bedrooms with built-in robes, master with walk-in robe and large ensuite and all living areas open to covered entertaining areas. Surrounded by glorious fully established gardens, full-sized tennis court, in-ground pool and complete with ample car accommodation and an ultra-convenient location so close to Radford College, transport, Canberra Hospital and the CBD. This incredible property is one of a kind and is a must for inspections. - Six generous bedrooms with built-in robes - Master retreat with french doors, walk-in robe, ensuite with spa - Multiple formal and informal living and dining spaces - Kitchen, Caesar benches, AEG appliances, Induction cook top - Large storage room and laundry, wired Foxtel, alarm system - 36 German made 10kw Solar panels, new luxaflex blinds - New ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling, new carpets - Heated salt water in ground pool - Full size tennis court with pavilion - Double secure carport, parking for boat/trailor, designer gardens - Single car garage, additional garage/lined music room/home office
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