97 Hilder Street occupies an exceptional location opposite bushland reserve, enhanced by views over Weston Creek and towards the Brindabella's. It is near schools and parks and just minutes to Cooleman Court and Woden. Welcome to exceptional dual family liveability.
Blending the perfect balance of easy-care living with high-end finishes, 97B Hilder Street is adorned with natural light and open plan living throughout. The upper level offers two separate living areas, well-appointed kitchen with quality stainless steel SMEG appliances and walk in pantry. Accommodation includes a large master suite on the main level with walk in robe and exquisite ensuite with floor to ceiling tiling. On the lower level there is three well-proportioned bedrooms all with built in robes and split systems for year-round comfort. The lower level rumpus offers a versatile kitchenette and flows seamlessly to the outdoor living spaces.
The Owners' Favourite Part: The superb location and the generously proportioned interiors.
Features include; - Two-storey brand new homes offering a flexible floorplans - Opulent master suites with large walk in robe, well-appointed ensuite and direct access to the balcony - Spacious open plan family/meals/kitchen space - Luxurious bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling tiling and quality tapware - Segregated teenagers retreat on lower level, complete with separate entrance and kitchenette - Ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling upstairs and split systems to lower level - Easy-care landscaped gardens with irrigation - Double lock up garage with automatic door
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