Block size: 880 m² approx.House size: 372 m² approx.UV: $446,000 (2019)
Location & privacy.. because there is no place like home!
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With an outstanding street facade, this substantial home sits on the high side of the street and boasts some beautiful views because of the elevation!
This is a big house with the total under roof space at approximately 370sqm and there is definitely room for extended families, or running a business from home that requires a separate office.
Indeed there is something here for everyone so weather you are a hermit or the life of the party,this home is still cosy, comfortable and easy to maintain.
The location speaks for itself as homes in this area have only one street that leads in or out, and the homes in this prestigious location are some of the best designer choices on offer in Nicholls. They are walking distance from Gungahlin Pond, Natural Walking and bike trails, Gungahlin Lakes Golf Course and only minutes drive from great schools, town centres and other amenities that benefit lifestyle choices.
Come and see this home for yourself, call me now.
* Five bedrooms plus study * Three bathrooms * 311sqm internal living * 61sqm garage * 880sqm block * Large home on the high side of the street with views and big block * Adequate parking for various vehicles * Great location walking distance to nature areas * Exceptional quality build * Surrounded by other exceptional homes * Segregated exclusive area in quality suburb * Close to amenities
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