Block size: 451 m² approx.House size: 166 m² approx.UV: $307,000 (2019)
Beautiful contemporary home, perfect for the whole family
Perched on the edge of Moncrieff, this beautiful & contemporary residence is the perfect place to call home. With the reserve directly across the road & views of Gungahlin in the background you can’t go wrong. The owners have worked closely with the builder to create a sanctuary, making you feel instantly relaxed as soon as you walk through the front door.
The large wooden door welcomes you in & the extra wide hallway draws you to the heart of the house where it opens into a large open plan living area. The kitchen has a beautiful Herringbone splashback, a waterfall Caesarstone benchtop & open shelves made from solid wood. The second living area is adjacent to the dining area & can be shut off by sliding doors. The perfect media room with its cosy carpet or just another area to put the kids in while the adults sit & relax in the undercover alfresco area. Privacy is guaranteed here with the established Magnolia trees along the fence line, creating an attractive barrier between you & your neighbours.
The oversized main bedroom is separate from the other 2 bedrooms. It has a walk-in wardrobe & an ensuite with a double vanity, floor to ceiling tiles & frameless shower screen, all lending itself to a sense of luxury & style.
The double car garage is integrated into the house & gives you internal access right next to the kitchen. The 2 bedrooms at the back of the house share a main bathroom with a separate shower & bath.
If you are a first home owner or a family wanting that extra space then don’t hesitate to come & see this beautifully presented home. It’s worth the look!
- Living area: 166m2 - Block:451m2 - Garage: 37m2 - Opposite a reserve - Bosch oven - 5 burner gas cooktop - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Above average building report - 2 living areas - Separate laundry with a bench and shelves. - Low maintenance garden - Tiles throughout living areas - Extra-large main bedroom - Close to Amaroo school - Access to many walking trails
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