An architecturally-designed five-bedroom three-bathroom home set over three levels has gone on the market in one of Nicholls’ best streets and offers the opportunity to buy into the Gungahlin region’s strong property market.
The home at 15 Lindwall Place has been specifically designed to cater to family living, with large entertaining spaces and separate areas to suit teenagers or guests.
It also boasts soaring ceilings, open plan living, leafy parkland views and proximity to the Gungahlin Pond.
The property will be auctioned on site at 10 am on Saturday, November 25 and enjoys the potential of being a substantial property in the Gungahlin region – or Canberra’s property hotspot.
“Gungahlin’s property market is very strong and continues to go ahead thanks partly to the light rail project and the development of the town centre,” said listing agent Jason Hall of LJ Hooker Gungahlin.
“Buying a large family home in one of Nicholls’ best streets offers a lot of lifestyle benefits and is also a smart investment.”
Mr Hall said that the stylish house combines a variety of private indoor and outdoor living spaces over three levels of luxury and is set on a peaceful cul-de-sac framed by an open-wooded reserve.
“Designed and constructed to a meticulous standard, this is prestigious Nicholls living without compromise,” Mr Hall said.
“With leafy parkland providing a dramatic backdrop, the home opens up in spectacular and sun-filled fashion with the super-sized comforts of open-plan living and dining under soaring ceilings.
“Alongside this north-facing area, discover a gleaming granite-topped kitchen boasting high-end Smeg appliances and ample bench and storage space,” he said.
“Step outside to an entertainers’ deck overlooking a low-maintenance, high-impact yard and garden.
“Maximising space and natural light throughout, head upstairs where the luxurious main bedroom is staged, serviced by a striking ensuite and walk-in robes.
“Three further bedrooms are housed downstairs complemented by a family bathroom and a large rumpus room/children’s retreat.”
Mr Hall said that features of the house include a remote-controlled two-car garage with internal access, heating and cooling throughout, ample storage, surround sound, super-fast NBN, a secure alarm system, an automatic watering system, and bench seating in the garden spaces.
“From the peaceful position through to the substantial living and entertaining spaces, everything about this home feels right,” Mr Hall said.
As the house is going to auction, Mr Hall was unable to give an estimate of the selling price but said that a house with one less bedroom sold on the street recently for $1.22 million and gives some indication of the possible value.
The home at 15 Lindwall Place, Nicholls, is open for inspection from 12.30 pm to 1 pm today (November 11). For more information phone Mr Hall on 0475 983 079 or go to the website by clicking here.