The sophisticated architect design of this dual level large home offers a contemporary family lifestyle focused on relaxed in/outdoor living. Light filled throughout and finished with the highest of inclusions, it provides a stylish home with high ceilings and multiple in/outdoor entertaining areas. Generous interiors include bedrooms with built-in robes, master suite with extra-large dressing room and ensuite, living and dining areas open to entertaining areas which are set amongst the beautiful landscaped gardens. This impressive home was built in 2000 by renowned Canberra builders Sutton and Horsley and is located on the Turner side of OConnor, perfect for those who value quality plus only short walk to OConnor shops, ANU, excellent schools plus transport with a direct 5 minute route to the CBD.
- Four bedrooms with built-in robes - Master suite with dressing room and large ensuite, balcony - Formal and informal living and dining areas - Newly renovated kitchen and bathrooms, ducted heating and cooling - Deluxe kitchen with high quality appliances and butler pantry - Timber floors, carpet in bedrooms and formal living - Multiple alfresco areas, beautifully landscaped gardens - Separate laundry with rear access, powder room - Irrigation system, paved covered pergola - Double garage with remote and internal access
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