Block size: 401 m² approx.House and Land Package size: 226 m² approx.
GREAT FAMILY HOME
Start your new life at Ginninderry with this great designed family home. This split-level home created to provide an open plan living with the right degree of separation in mind. Situated on the lower level featuring the front entry and Bed 2, 3 & 4 with built-in robes and serviced by the main bathroom and separated toilet also storage underneath the stairs. On the next level featuring master bedroom with good sized walk-in wardrobe and en-suite and is segregated from other bedrooms. Plus there are living areas including a family area and open plan kitchen/meals with access onto the pergola out door entertainment area.
This is a great opportunity to enjoy living in Strathnaim Ginninderry's exciting first suburb.
To avoid missing out this great offer, contact Cindy for further information.
QUALITY FEATURES AND INCLUSIONS:
Lower level - 70.99m2
Upper level - 97.47m2
Garage size - 41.28m2
Pergola - 12.40m2
Porch - 3.75m2
PV System to comply with Ginninderry guidelines
1/2 Boundary Fence - 30lm 1800mm timber paling
Slimline water tank
Reverse cycle air conditioning (heating/cooling)
Floor covering (tiles to living and carpet to all bedroom)
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Block size: 401m² (approx)
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