The most important features for the current owners when selecting the right block to build, was location, aspect and views. They nailed it.
This elevated home on what is arguably Bonner's most desirable street, offers peace, quiet and sweeping views of private bushland. Built to a modern palette with a complimentary floor plan of generous proportions and clean lines, this well considered layout offers family living at its best.
Northerly appointed to the main living and dining areas, floor to ceiling glazing allows natural light to highlight the design of the home all year round. Think, a private 45m² master suite with panoramic views of the Brindabella Ranges, a glass of red and the reserve as your backdrop. It's hard not to feel relaxed already.
- Home opposite reserve - Northern orientation from main living and dining areas - Modern floor plan with timeless colour palette - Gourmet kitchen featuring 50mm stone bench tops, an island bench with a waterfall edge and a WIP - Appliances include Smeg oven, induction cook top and Bosch dishwasher - Executive 45m² master with generous WIR and en-suite - Additional 3 bedrooms with BIRs - Bathrooms include wall mounted vanities, floor to ceiling tiles and premium tapware - Generous outdoor entertaining alfresco and backyard - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Oversized double garage - Within 5 minutes to the Gungahlin Town Centre - Close proximity to quality schooling options - Easy access to local walking trails and nature reserves
Total Living: 209.9m² Upper Living: 45m² Ground Living: 164.9m²
Garage: 41.7m² Block Size: 534m²
Built: 2015 EER: 5
Rates: $2395 p.a (approx.) Land Tax: $3123 p.a (Only payable when rented and approx.) Rental Return: $720 - $760 p/w (approx.)
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