Block size: 1137 m² approx.House size: 170 m² approx.UV: $400,000 (2019)
Perfect family home in leafy Holder
Opportunities to live in such a sort after suburb don't come along very often– so viewing this property is a must as it is, quite simply, the complete package. Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of Holder, opportunity awaits for those looking to enter the established market in Weston Creek.
This four bedroom home, offering over 170m2 of living space, has all the elements of a perfect family home and would be ideal for families who are looking to expand into the area but don't want the hassle of renovating or extending in the near future.
Featuring two updated bathrooms, indoor and outdoor living areas and massive yard space will ensure that your growing family has everything it needs both inside and out. With the warmer summer months here you will be perfectly set up to host lunch or dinner on the freshly painted, full width, front porch or fire up the barbeque amidst the beautiful, established gardens of the large and well-maintained backyard.
With 20 solar voltaic panels (5 kilowatts) your power bills will be dramatically reduced and allow guilt free use of the reverse cycle air conditioner all year round.
The property is conveniently located close to great local primary schools, major bus and transport routes and is only a 15 minute drive to the City, 10 minutes to Woden Plaza, 5 minutes to Cooleman Court and walking distance to local shops. Stromlo Forest Park, popular with runners and mountain biking enthusiasts, is also close by.
- Approximately 170m2 of living space on a fantastic 1137m2 (approx.) parcel of land - Updated/renovated throughout. - Updated bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiles - Walk-through wardrobe in the master bedroom and built-in wardrobe in all bedrooms - 20 panel solar voltaic system. - Gas cooking - Instant gas hot water - Great size backyard for children and pets - Small garden shed and side access to the backyard - Quiet street in a great location close to schools, shops and transport routes - EER: 0.5 - Land Size: 1,137 m²
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