One of Canberra's best retirement villages for those who want independent living and a safe and friendly lifestyle. Araluen Retirement Village has so much to offer that you would have to inspect to appreciate.
Beautifully presented north facing, two bedroom townhouse with a garage attached; Ideally located within the village offering easy access to the village centre and only a short walk to Fisher shops and public transport.
Comprising a covered entry to the sun filled formal lounge, family/dining area leading to generous sized private court yard, well appointed kitchen offering ample storage and bench space, two double sized bedrooms both with built-in robes. Separate bathroom, laundry and toilet. Also boasting gas heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning unit, covered pergola, attached garage with automatic door and so much more.
Surrounded by well kept grounds in a village that boasts the following attributes: Large community centre Craft and hobby rooms Indoor heated pool and spa All weather bowling green Village bus for shopping and outings Library and chapel 24 hour emergency call system On site manages
Please call Paul Laughton 0413453489 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your viewing time.
Indoor Swimming Pool
Outdoor Entertaining Area
Reverse Cycle a/c
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Property Type:Retirement Village
Block Size:3.44 Hectares*
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