A beautiful family home in the leafy and desirable suburb of Ngunnawal, this charming three-bedroom home is perfect for a small family, first home buyer or downsizes. Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with views of the surrounding area, as well as convenient access to public transport, this is not an opportunity to be missed. This property is conveniently located only moments away from the bustling Gungahlin Town Centre, Yerrabi Pond, and Casey Market Town.
This home has a large deck and pergola in the leafy back yard to cater to all your entertaining needs. The interior has been lovingly renovated with new paint, kitchen, bathrooms and bamboo flooring in the common areas of the home. Raked ceilings accentuate the natural light flooding into the living area, and modern light fittings add to the stylish display of this home. In the master bedroom you will find an open and light filled space, with an ensuite and built-in robe, as well as direct access to the outdoor deck. This tastefully designed home needs to be viewed in person to appreciate all it has to offer.
Features of the property include: - Gas hot water system & gas outlets throughout the house - Split system heating & cooling - Three generous bedrooms - Ensuite and built-in robe to master bedroom - Raked ceilings - Large renovated kitchen - Gas cooking - Bamboo flooring - Repainted interior - Large deck and pergola - Leafy backyard - Views of surrounding area
Property details: - Block size: 469m2 - House size: 106m2 - EER: 2 stars - Year built: 1994
Property Type: House
legal Details: Energy Efficiency Rating: 2.0
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