Perched overlooking Northbourne Oval is this 141m2 townhouse, fit for a large family who value space and being close to the action.
Ready to move in by Summer 2020, you'll love being able to live the best of both worlds - quiet morning walk through the subruban tree lined streets or enjoy a dirnk at on the City's latest bars or resturants - both within a 2-3 minute stroll from your front door.
Taking in maximum northern light, the floor plan provides multiple living spaces which enables the kids to run a muck and the parents to have their own quiet retreat. The open plan dining/living area is zoned by the large kitchen while upstairs is a rumpus room overlooking Northbourne Oval.
Finishing this townhouse off is a double lock up garage with internal access, double glazed windows, ducted heating & cooling, timber flooring throughout living area and a north facing courtyard, drawing in the greenery.
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