Block size: 595 m² approx.House size: 105 m² approx.UV: $620,000 (2019)
Feel good vibes
Busting with personality and streaming natural sunlight, this extensively renovated 1960's ‘butterfly roof’ character home shines bright, with raised raked ceilings, beautiful big windows and garden vistas.
Open plan living and adjoining dining room, backed by a recently renovated chic white kitchen. Loads of personality, with subway tiled splash, stainless steel SMEG appliances, and range hood with externally vented exhaust. Renovated to a very high standard, and with three good big bedrooms on the northern side and a trendy fresh bathroom, large walk in shower and separate WC.
The neighbourhood feels of living in Narrabundah will be highlighted when you can enjoy a little wander down to your local Griffith shops, or indeed into Manuka. Height within the suburb, moments to the desirable local schools, transport and amenities.
• Light and airy throughout, perfect northern aspect to all the living areas • Freshly painted inside, as new window treatments and floor coverings • Stunning modern bathroom with oversized shower • Gorgeous kitchen with new SMEG appliances, subway tiles, adjoining butlers pantry/ laundry • Reverse cycle heating and cooling to living area • Large timber deck, spilling onto level lawn, perfect for kids and pets, suitably fashioned shady play area, handy back shed, planter boxes ready for herbs or vegetables to be planted, good fences
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