Nestled within a family friendly, beautifully landscaped street, this residence offers ease of living with cosy light filled interiors and desirable single level layout. Enjoying seamless front to rear flow, this three-bedroom home becomes the perfect investment or first home for those looking for a property that exudes established character and charm.
- Contemporary single level layout with separate living/dining - Neat and tidy kitchen equipped with quality appliances - Dining area boasts seamless outdoor flow to entertainers' deck - Extensive private garden includes a level lawn for children/pets - Established fruit trees and vegetable patches - Well scaled bedrooms are appointed with built-in wardrobes, ceiling fans - Distanced master complemented by walk in robe and tidy ensuite - Double garage equipped with built in workbenches - Ducted gas heating, split system installed in the family room - Just moments to the Gungahlin Town Centre and local amenities
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