Block size: 506 m² approx.House size: 255 m² approx.UV: $294,000 (2019)
Expansive Family Home Opposite Reserve
*Construction Commenced. Completion due before Christmas 2019
Overlooking local parkland, this family home offers the perfect fusion of practicality with quality fixtures and fittings throughout and stylish design to offer the best in modern living. Spread across over 193m2 of functional living, this brand new home offers segregated master with walk-in robe and ensuite, three bedrooms all with built-in robes, a selection of indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces and a large open plan kitchen with walk-in pantry and breakfast bar.
The location, opposite reserve and playground is all but an extension of your backyard, perfect for entertaining or simply enjoy the lush outlook.
This is one of the last opportunities to secure a brand new home in Ngunnawal.
*Please Note - Photos from previous project are for example purpose only.
Features; - Large open plan living/dining and separate lounge room - Covered outdoor entertaining and easy-care landscaped garden - Open plan kitchen with walk-in pantry, breakfast bar and quality appliances - Four well-proportioned bedrooms including master with ensuite and walk-in robe - Double-glazed windows throughout - Large main bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiling and separate powder room - Double lock up garage with internal access - High ceilings throughout - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Ideal for the growing or established family with plenty of space - Room for caravan, car or trailer on the side of house - Park side location in highly sought after suburb
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