Block size: 688 m² approx.House size: 184 m² approx.UV: $443,000 (2019)
Immaculate family residence
Proudly positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac location, this beautifully presented single level residence embodies a superb selection of indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces with an emphasis on quality, functionality and natural light.
The accommodation consists of four to five bedrooms, the master with an ensuite, walk in robe and French doors leading out onto the expansive alfresco. Complete with options for segregated living as well as an open plan area, this home caters to a multitude of different lifestyles and requirements.
Within walking distance to many of Canberra's top primary and secondary schools and in close proximity to the fantastic shops, cafes and restaurants of both the Kingston and Narrabundah shopping precincts as well as the Fyshwick Markets, this fabulous home is ideally located for family living.
• Ducted heating and evaporated cooling throughout the house • Floating timber floors and quality carpet • 189SQM of living space (approx.) • Downlights in open plan area with segregated dimmers • Instantaneous gas hot water system • Large entertainers deck area with inbuilt lights and plumbed gas to BBQ • Off street parking for up to eight cars, including garaging and carport for four cars
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