A stylish four-bedroom, three-bathroom home with a triple garage and a resort-style swimming pool has just gone on the market in the leafy and tightly-held suburb of Weetangera.
The substantial family home at 113 Springvale Drive sits on a massive 1866-square metre block and features several entertaining areas, a large rear deck, an extensive backyard and a secluded setting directly across from the popular Pinnacle Nature Reserve.
To be auctioned on-site at 11 am on April 14, the property has a price guide of more than $1.2 million and offers a chance to buy into an established suburb which is seen as offering value-for-money given its close proximity to educational facilities and shopping centres.
“It’s a forever suburb. The people who are just starting to sell now have owned their property for 40 years,” said listing agent Andrew Lonsdale of Ray White Canberra. “It’s still representing exceptional value for money.”
Mr Lonsdale said the Weetangera property is perfect for growing or established families who appreciate large spaces along with peaceful surrounds.
In contrast to some of the new homes being built on small blocks in outlying suburbs, the Weetangera property offers a convenient location and plenty of land.
“It’s like five blocks out in Gungahlin and you’ve got your home on it,” he said. “Everything’s within five minutes that you could possibly want.”
Mr Lonsdale said special features of the property include its north-facing backyard, its “unbelievable” triple car garage, the downstairs rumpus room and bathroom (with the possibility of turning this area into a fifth bedroom) and the lagoon-style swimming pool which also doubles as an attractive water feature.
He said the spacious home has a family-friendly floor plan which includes open plan living spaces which flow through to several entertaining options.
“The combination of the extensive use of glass doors and windows, timber flooring and an abundance of natural light creates a warm and welcoming living environment which interacts enticingly with outdoors,” Mr Lonsdale said.
“The leafy landscaped grounds include a wood-fired pizza oven, veggie garden, orchard, a fully fenced in-ground saltwater swimming pool and a lush lawn for children’s games.”
The home is located near educational facilities such as Weetangera Primary School, Radford College and the University of Canberra, as well as other major facilities such as Jamison Plaza, the Weetangera shops, the Hawker shops and the Belconnen Town Centre.
The property is open for inspection today (Saturday, March 24) at 1 pm. For more information contact Mr Lonsdale on 0428 486 692 or 6173 6300 or click here.
Below is a short video of the Weetangera property provided by Ray White Canberra.