Block size: 746 m² approx.House size: 132 m² approx.UV: $420,000 (2019)
UNDER OFFER Convenient location, great community and perfect for an active family
This attractive 4-bedroom home, in the highly sought after suburb of Kaleen, is located on a quiet cul de sac, surrounded by friendly and conscientious neighbours, most of whom are owner-occupiers.
It is situated on a substantial 746 square meter level block, and includes a fully enclosed backyard (with relatively new colour bond fencing) that offers plenty of lawn space for the kids (or the dogs) to burn off energy. You can take steps toward greater self-sufficiency with the large organic veggie patches and fruit trees, or by raising your own chooks, and enjoy outdoor dining on the stone patio, complete with a vintage Metters Canberra Stove and plenty of room for a BBQ. The house has four bedrooms in total, all with built-in robes, and the Master bedroom also has an ensuite. The main bath has both a shower and a full sized tub for soaking. With a generously sized floor plan, enjoy over 130m2 of living space which incorporates a separate lounge & dining room. The well-appointed kitchen offers plenty of cupboard & bench space, and comes complete with stainless steel appliances including gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. And the floor to ceiling windows on the north-northwest facing side are flooded with warming sunlight during the winter, but are shaded by the mature deciduous trees in the front garden during summer. The aspect of the home would also increase the productivity of any future solar panels you might install. A spacious free-standing double garage (41 square meters) provides plenty of room for parking and storage space.
The Kaleen shops area, which features a Coles, pharmacy, bakery, butcher, cafe, take-away, gym, sports club, family GP, veterinary practice and two churches, are just a 10 minute walk away. And Canberra's CBD, Gungahlin and Belconnen are each just a 30 minute bike ride away. Also walking distance are a number of schools and nature reserves with beautiful jogging paths, so the house offers both space and living style opportunity for a growing family.
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