The five homes getting the most attention in the Zango office this week

The five homes getting the most attention in the Zango office this week

We're pretty lucky here at Zango to be first to see some of the capital region's most incredible homes for sale. This week we take you inside the five properties that have us 'ooh-ing' and 'aah-ing'. Five renovations you have to see to believe.

57 Jaeger Circuit, Bruce


It looks lovely on the outside but the interior is simply beautiful. The four-bedroom, single level home has exceptional features, including beautiful polished spotted gum timber flooring and high vaulted ceilings. The glass splashback is a highlight, along with two bathrooms that have literally been renovated this year.


We're loving the large floor to ceiling tiles in the new bathrooms and the glossy, soft-close cabinetry. The home has been painted in natural and earthy tones throughout to ensure it blends seamlessly with the surrounding bushland. Beautiful.

50 Ross Smith Crescent, Scullin


It's the simplicity of this home in Belconnen that we can't get enough of. Built in 1970, the cosy three-bedroom single level home has the foundations of a solid brick house while being elegantly refurbished with nothing left to do but move in.


The stunning kitchen boasts a Bosch cooktop and oven, matte black tapware and cool coloured cabinets contrasted with a white tiled splashback. Comfort has been considered at every level of this renovation with fans in every bedroom, ducted gas underfloor heating, reverse cycle air conditioning in the living area and solar hot water. All within walking distance of Scullin shops, Hawker shops, and the Belconnen shopping precinct.

36 Bendora Avenue, Queanbeyan


This striking Queanbeyan home is walking distance to the local public schools and just minutes from the ACT border. Spread over three levels, it has a stunning wooden bridge entrance (!) and a rumpus room upstairs, along with a study and a segregated master retreat on the upper level.


The deluxe gas kitchen boasts Smeg appliances and we're in love with the stone tiling in the bathroom and the large bath. Other inclusions we're coveting are the polished floating timber flooring, matte black window frames and plush carpets, all contributing to the home's comfortable and contemporary look.

15 Andrews Street, Watson


With a tree swing out the front, this inner north home has a charming storybook quality. Brand new muted masculine colours are offset by polished timber floors and soft charcoal carpets. Offering exclusive views of Mount Majura, the home has a private courtyard and a spacious, separate, semi-contained unit at the rear of the property perfect for grandparents, teenagers or as a studio.


Local shops, cafes, primary schools, the Australian Catholic University, Dickson College and public transport, including the light rail, are on your doorstep.

116 Donald Road, Queanbeyan


You really can't have missed that we love an ex-govvie makeover in our office. This cute three-bedroom cottage is one we love. It has a contemporary open plan layout with the living area flowing into the kitchen and dining.


Painted with cool muted tones, with modern tiles and carpet throughout, the kitchen and bathroom have both been updated in fresh whites, giving the home a crisp modern feel. Outside, the landscaped gardens and covered alfresco area complete the updated look of the home. This property would be perfect for first home buyers or an investor, being tenanted until April 2023.

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