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7 Bywong Street,Sutton NSW 2620

Block size: 1250 m² approx.

where town meets country

When it comes to choosing somewhere to live, many people in Canberra have to make the decision between north and south, or one town centre to another, a small town or a bigger city. While the 'big smoke' and Canberra lifestyle has much to offer, an increasing number of people are making the leap to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and instead settling down in some of the beautiful and very welcoming small towns that surround our region.

The appeal of living in a country village is enticing. Driving home each day, the rolling landscapes of the surrounding countryside greet you, the changing colours of the sky inspire calmness, and the home fire's burning welcomes you.

The fresh air in winter is crisp, the frosts are heavy and beautiful with blankets of white as far as one can see. The summer evening breeze cools the sunburnt earth, the leafy vine covered verandah a lovely spot to unwind as the day ends.

A country vista surrounds the quiet village streets of Sutton, a community focused village with thriving bakery, local Pony Club, St Peter's Church and Sutton Primary School.

By far one of the most compelling benefits of living in a small town is the undeniable sense of community that develops. A strong sense of community fosters community ties, connected living and a safe environment.

7 Bywong Street Sutton is an escape from the city. This impeccably presented and generous family home is positioned on an ideal large private town block, a country escape from life's busy pace. Easily within 15 min commuting distance of Canberra the comfortable north facing four bedrooms residence offers generous, peaceful and private living framing outlooks across the established block.

The endearing features of the home are the large timber country kitchen, the warmth of the slow combustion wood fires and full length front verandah. Flexible accommodation consist of multiple living areas, very generous bedrooms, extensive storage, large laundry mud room, and brick double garage. The self contained one bedroom flat offers wonderful solutions for multigenerational family living, independent young adults or blended families.

Take a drive and a long deep breath, enjoy a country lifestyle with the benefits of the city close by in Sutton.

.privately built brick home, family owned for the past 30 years
.northern orientation running along the living areas
.generous verandah running the length of the home positioned to capture the sunshine
.immaculate presentation inside and out
.eat in timber kitchen and family room with St George standalone cooker
.tiled floors in the family room and carpet in the formal lounge room
.two slow combustion wood heaters in the formal and rear living areas
.four enormous bedrooms with built in robes
.renovated main bathroom
.additional multipurpose room/playroom/home office with lovely windows, garden views, northern orientation, slate floors
.new LPG ducted heating
.large country style laundry
.paved courtyard with underground water tank and pergola
.tiled roof re-pointed and bedded
.secure, low maintenance mature gardens
.new driveway
.extra-large double garage with storage
.separate one-bedroom granny flat, established Air BnB opportunity, complete with bathroom, kitchen and bedroom with built in robe
.village lifestyle, established block, quiet setting

block size 1250m2 (approx.)
land rates $1266.03 pa (approx.)
built 1988 (approx.)
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Key Details

Property Type:House
Plan Type:DP
Block Size:1250 (approx)
Stamp Duty:$31,432
Next Inspection:
Sat 16 Nov,
3:30 PM

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Block size: 1250 (approx)
Legal description: 5//DP739861
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What's Nearby

Sutton Primary School, SuttonPrimary School
Burgmann Anglican School, GungahlinHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
The MarketplaceMajor Shopping Centre
University Of Canberra, BruceUniversity
Gungahlin CollegeCollege
Sutton Post OfficePost Office

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