Unit 12, brand new spacious townhouse in the heart of Woden
Visit the last remaining townhouse in the sought after Tarlo complex
Developed and built by one of Australia's most prominent developers, Hindmarsh, this exceptionally spacious 3-bedroom townhouse is brand new and ready to move into and is ideally located in the heart of the Woden Green Precinct.
Offering 115m2 of living space over three levels, unit 12 at Tarlo ticks all the boxes. With outdoor spaces on all three floors, as well as a separate bedroom or multi-purpose space with its own bathroom on the ground floor, this townhouse offers great flexibility.
The first floor is an entertainer's delight, with an expertly designed kitchen opening onto a spacious dining area and separate living space with its own balcony. Head upstairs to the second level and find two spacious bedrooms. Retreat to the master bedroom and enjoy the peace and quiet overlooking Mount Taylor with a study nook, ensuite and walk-in robe.
Indulge in this townhouse's ambience filled with natural light, sophisticated finishes and light colour pallette within a temperature-controlled environment by way of reverse-cycle air conditioning.
Some of the features that this fantastic townhouse offers:
Laminate timber flooring to living areas
Opticomm internet connectivity
Modern black tapware
Community BBQ area
For further information, visit TarloWoden.com.au or contact Andrew Nelson on 0417 217 169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the newly furnished display townhouse at 128 Easty Street, Woden.
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