Block size: 658 m² approx.Dual Occupancy size: 241 m² approx.UV: $700,000 (2019)
Bespoke new modern home - Backing reserve - Views to Woden
We are about to commence construction on this bespoke new home (one of two),which will enjoy acommanding position within this popular and convenient suburb. Our team have taken the time to design a considered home for the new owners to live, entertain and relax on a scale that suits their lifestyle - in a unique location.
Backing Mount Taylor reserve, and at the highest point in the cul-de-sac, the new owners will enjoy uninterrupted North Easterly views over Woden and across to Black Mountain.
The convenience of the location is immediately apparent to those who know the area - being only minutes from the popular Chifley shops for a fresh coffee or to pick up the weekend paper, and just a short run in to Woden, and sought after neighbourhood schools.
As a longstanding and respected builder in the region you can expect the same high quality finishes and attention to detail that Blackett Homes have been delivering for the last 38 years. (Indeed the neighbouring home was snapped up before going public, by a valued client whom we've built for previously. She already knows what to expect of her new home!).
Don't just take our word for it - make an appointment with our sales manager, Matthew andhave him show you through our custom display home at Denman, or one of our current projects nearing completion. And if you like what you see - we can introduce you to some recent clients for their insights into living in a Blackett home.
Delivery of this home to it's new owners is set for August/September 2020 - giving you plenty of time to make arrangements with your current property circumstances.
And as your builder, we can offer you the unique opportunity to work with our kitchen joiner and interior designer - to allow you to put your own personal touches to your new abode...
Call for a chat, and to have us introduce you to the complete list of inclusions ad features planned for the home. Matthew will personally meet and walk you through all aspects of the plan - to explore if this home could be right for you.
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