Located in sought after Kambah, this beautifully presented four-bedroom home offers families and first home buyers the opportunity to step into the market without compromising on space. Complete with four spacious bedrooms, two separate living spaces, meals, dining and built-in bar, the family are able to entertain guests at ease. The 808m2 RZ2 block creates versatility for future growth or development. Well maintained and freshly renovated, this property poses an excellent opportunity for the successful purchaser.
- 808m2 RZ2 block - Sought after location in Kambah - Four bedrooms with built-in robes - Master with ensuite - Separate formal living and dining spaces - Built-in bar in family room - Freshly painted throughout - New SPC flooring throughout - Ducted gas heating and split system air-conditioning - Vegetable garden - Single automatic drive-through garage and carport - Proximity to local schools, shops, Kambah Village and Tuggeranong Town Centre
GET TO KNOW KAMBAH
Kambah is the northernmost suburb in the district of Tuggeranong and the largest suburb in the ACT. The suburb is home to fantastic schools and community amenities, including the Kambah Village and Kambah Centre. Located just south of Mount Taylor in the Canberra Nature Park, Kambah boasts picturesque surroundings and is within close proximity to the Tuggeranong Town Centre.
STATISTICS (all figures are approximate)
EER: 1 Home Size: 211m2 Garage Size: 39m2 Block Size: 808m2 Construction: 1976 Land Value: $358,000 (2019) Land Rates: $663 per quarter Land Tax: $915 per quarter (only applicable if rented) Rental Range: $550 to $600 per week
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