Enter from 114 Thynne Street to see the ultimate town home living
Imagine living in a near new property, yet nestled amongst a mature landscape.
Imagine living only moments from world class recreational facilities.
Imagine being able to enjoy all your favourite sporting events, without getting your car out of the garage!
Welcome home to The Bowery, Bruce - located in Canberra's Best Backyard! Architecturally designed this 3 bedroom 3 level town home offers the ultimate in living for everyone.
If you are looking to downsize from your large family home and wanting a property that offers you a lifestyle that you can lock up and leave? This town home is unique with a private lift to take you to each level of the property without having to climb the stairs.
All this with a high level of inclusions including:
a Architecturally designed by Kasparek Architects and Interiors by Archertec;
a Ideal orientation for warm winters and cool summers;
a Double glazed windows and doors;
a Separate living and dining;
a Oversized kitchen with stone benchtops
a Bosch cooking appliances including gas cooktop, wall oven, built in microwave and dishwasher;
a Generous sized kitchen with
a Full height tiling in bathrooms;
a Reverse cycle heating and cooling;
a Oversized double garage on lower level with internal access;
a Plenty of storage space;
a Spacious outdoor entertaining and courtyard space;
a Generous laundry room
a Built in robes in each bedroom
a EER 5.5
a Living Size: 151m2 of internal space (including garage, lift and stairs) (approx.)
a Courtyard: 36m2 (approx.)
a Body Corporate: $1,707.55 per annum (Town Home 77)
If a new home for 2019 is on your list then make sure you come and take a look today!
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