Sitting on a large corner block in a quiet street in Nicholls with water views, 1 Gorman Crescent is designed for exceptional family living.
Even in the case of lockdown, the home’s layout allows plenty of room for everyone to have their own space. Just off the main entrance, the master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe is privately tucked away in a corner. Three more bedrooms stretch along the remainder of one side of the house, each with built-in robes, while the main bathroom also features a separate powder room.
The open-plan kitchen is at the heart of the home, with a gas cooktop, plenty of bench and cupboard space, plus a breakfast bar. One side of the kitchen leads to the light-filled formal living and dining area, while the other steps through to yet another meals area and family room.
And then there’s the large entertaining deck, which boasts water views of Gungahlin Pond and a water and gas connection, with stairs leading down to the grassed backyard.
“The house is less than 100 metres from Gungahlin Pond,” he says.
“The property would suit different types of buyers, however, I'm sure families would enjoy the large deck and walks down to the pond.”
It’s a home suited to all four of Canberra’s seasons, with a zoned heating and cooling system, ceiling fans in all bedrooms, and 14 solar panels on the roof, which help to reduce electricity bills.
“The sunroom and family room extension [which was added] in 1999, allows plenty of natural light into the home which I'm sure would be enjoyed during Canberra's long winter season,” says Hugo.
But Hugo says the real standout is that entertaining deck with, which enjoys the elevated water views of Gungahlin Pond.
“[The deck] is huge and the future buyer would enjoy the views to Gungahlin Pond,” he says.
“The deck faces east and is a lovely place to have a coffee in the morning.”
The home also has a connected double garage with remote access, plus extra parking for a trailer, boat or extra vehicles. Not that the owner necessarily needs to travel far that often. The home is very close to ample schools, including Gold Creek Primary and High School, St John Paul II College, Burgmann Anglican School and Gungahlin College. It’s also a short distance to the local Nicholls shops, Gold Creek Country Club and Golf Course, Casey Market Town and the Gungahlin Town Centre.
The home is set to go to auction, with the date yet to be confirmed.
By Zango Team