Here it is, neat as a pin. There’s nothing to do but move into this fresh, modern, light-filled home at 19 Lanaba Street in Crace and start living.
Upon entering the house, you will be greeted by a sense of unrestricted space filled with natural light, clean lines and impressive workmanship. A single-level design, this exclusive family home offers privacy for both entertaining and simple family living.
If a quality, family-friendly home is important to you, you’ll love this week’s Zango exclusive property preview. The well-located Crace residence is impeccably finished and comes with a host of fabulous features. Click play to take a look through the gorgeous property for yourself.
Posted by The RiotACT on Thursday, April 22, 2021
This beautiful home is an exceptional blend of functional and modern living, with exquisite finishes and three entertaining areas, leaving this property in a field of its own. A generous living room at the front of the house and a covered outdoor alfresco entertainment deck complete with an outdoor kitchen offer plenty of options for relaxing and entertaining.
LJ Hooker Gungahlin agent Troy Thompson says this home will suit a range of buyers, including professional couples, young families or downsizers who want the space of a house without the maintenance of a large garden.
“The large outdoor alfresco area is definitely a highlight of this home. The covered deck comes beautifully fitted out with a built-in BBQ, sink and a fridge,” Troy said.
“The outdoor area extends directly from the living room via bi-fold doors; when opened up, it becomes an enormous space, bringing the outdoors in.
“It’s only a short walk to arguably one of the best shops in Gungahlin, and there’s easy access to Gungahlin and Belconnen town centres plus an easy drive into the Canberra CBD.”
Beautiful Victorian Ash solid timber floors feature throughout the living area, while all four generously sized bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, and the master bedroom features a walk-in robe and ensuite.
Buyers won’t have to worry about storage as the house and double garage, with internal access, includes plenty of storage space for all sorts of toys.
With ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling across two zones, you will be able to live in climate-controlled comfort, but you won’t have to worry about the electricity bills. The house has been fitted with 72 solar panels supplying 22.5 kW of power.
“This home is attracting a lot of interest already,” Troy said.
“There is not much around in the mid-price range in this sought-after suburb at the moment. It is on a lovely, quiet street with no through traffic and cracking neighbours.”