If you’re after an active lifestyle this might be the place for you!! Directly opposite one of Canberra's best known outdoor recreational facilities, Stromlo forest park, lies this immaculate town house, idyllic for modern living. Boasting an upgraded kitchen with a double sized Ceasar stone island benchtop, top of the line smeg appliances, and breakfast bar, without a doubt sets this townhouse apart. Accommodation consists of two generous sized bedrooms with the master bedroom that includes an ensuite and outdoor terrace. Set over three levels, two separate living areas, courtyard, this is ideal for the professional that loves the outdoors.
* Integrated speaker system in walls and ceiling of the dining room and living room * Secure garage with internal access * Two Bedrooms including master ensuite and main bathroom * Downlights throughout, stair lights in stairwells and pedant lights in master and over kitchen bench * Upgraded smeg appliances - dishwasher, oven and induction cook top - replaced sink and tapware * Two outdoor terraces overlooking Stromlo Park and additional courtyard * Reverse ducted heating and cooling throughout
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