Contemporary two storey townhouse, with your own garden and treetop views, close to the Central Business District!
In a superb, peaceful location, just a five minute walk to O'Connor shops, and steps from parkland and ovals, this delightful, two storey, two bedroom townhouse occupies a favourable position at the front of the complex, offering privacy and its own garden! The well designed floor plan features open plan living on the entry level, with bedrooms situated upstairs.
This boutique development of just seven townhouses was constructed only six years ago and is situated in an attractive, quiet cul-de-sac, surrounded by green space and in close proximity to the City centre.
The property has been refreshed throughout in neutral white, and the open plan living area overlooks the front garden. The kitchen features stone benchtops, glass splashback and Omega appliances, including a stainless steel oven, glass cooktop and dishwasher, while all drawers and cupboards are soft close. Comfort is ensured with a reverse cycle air conditioner and the laundry leads to a separate w/c.
From the living area a sliding door opens onto the paved front courtyard garden, with a beautiful Japanese maple in one corner. Sheltered by neat hedging the garden is completely private and peaceful, an inviting space in which to relax and entertain.
On the light and airy upper level, the master bedroom features a wall of built-in robes, an air conditioner and ensuite. It takes in a private outlook over treetops to parkland, which few properties can offer in the modern urban landscape. The second bedroom offers a built-in robe, an air conditioner, restful views, and is adjacent to the spacious main bathroom.
This residence has the additional advantage of private access to secure parking underneath, and has two storage areas. Residents of the complex can enjoy the communal garden, situated away from the street and a great place to enjoy a weekend picnic.
The brilliant location is only a five minute walk to the O'Connor hub, with a supermarket, restaurants, café, pub, chemist, clinics and post office. Sporting facilities and walking trails are also within easy reach. It is a short walk to a light rail stop into the City and ANU, or Gungahlin Marketplace.
Your private oasis, close to the vibrant City centre!
- Prime position at the front of boutique development of only seven townhouses - Contemporary, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 storey design, with its own private garden featuring a beautiful Japanese maple - Quiet, central location surrounded by parkland and ovals - Freshly painted throughout in neutral white - Carpet furnishes meals/lounge area and bedrooms, with tiling to kitchen and bathrooms - Kitchen features stone bench tops and Omega stainless steel oven, glass cooktop and dishwasher - Kitchen leads to laundry with a separate w/c and under-stair storage - Comfort ensured by economical, reverse cycle air conditioners in living area and in each bedroom - Light and airy master bedroom offers a built-in robe, ensuite and treetop views to parkland - Second bedroom has a built-in robe, views and is positioned next to the spacious main bathroom - One basement car space with private access and two dedicated storage areas in secure basement parking, with visitor slots available - Private clothesline adjacent to side of the townhouse - Excellent energy efficiency rating of 5.5 stars - Access to the development's garden space, an inviting place to relax with a book, or family and friends - Five minutes' walk to O'Connor shops, with an IGA, restaurants, chemist, café, pub, post office and clinics - Short walk to a light rail stop to the City Centre and ANU, or Gungahlin Marketplace - Facilities at O'Connor shops include an IGA, chemist, café, pub and restaurants - Close to Turner primary school
- EER: 5.5 - Living area: 79.3 m2 (approx) - Courtyard: 39.3 m2 (approx) - Rates: $1,904 per annum (approx) - Strata: $2,795 per annum (approx) - Land tax: $2,488 per annum (approx - only if leased) - Year built: 2014 - Expected rental return: $550 per week (approx)
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