Property

Good size and in good condition, this Crace townhouse could be your Goldilocks moment

James Coleman11 November 2021
Crace townhouse

There’s already been plenty of interest in this Crace townhouse. Photo: Badenoch Real Estate.

Boasting a low-maintenance lifestyle, quality inclusions and light-filled living, this stylish and modern three-bedroom terrace home is just right.

Badenoch Real Estate agent Symon Badenoch says 26 Fairfield Street in Crace is fresh on the market, having had two inspections and plenty of interest over the last week.

“People love the fact that it is separately titled and there is no strata. It’s also a good size, low-maintenance and in really good condition,” Symon said.

He added that most people coming through to look at the three-bedroom townhouse are downsizers and first-home buyers.

“What stands out to me is the open-plan living and dining area, capitalised on by the floor-to-ceiling windows.”

Upon entry, the sun-drenched open plan living areas enjoy direct access to the front and rear courtyard. This is truly the heart of the home.

The modern kitchen overlooks the open-plan living area with views to the private rear courtyard and features stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances, gas hot plates and a dishwasher.

There is the bonus of a powder room downstairs (perfect for guests) and a separate laundry.

Upstairs are the three spacious bedrooms plus a study nook area. The large master bedroom is particularly impressive with a full wall of storage, an ensuite and a front-facing private balcony. The spacious main bathroom features a separate bathtub to make for a relaxing evening.

The current owners bought the property when it was new in 2012.

“They raised their two children here and really enjoyed the proximity to the popular local shops and playground down the street,” Symon explained.

The property boasts a lush, fully landscaped garden and the easy-care rear courtyard has been designed for low maintenance living. The large paved area is perfect for outdoor entertaining or relaxing in the fresh Canberra air.

There is also the added benefit of an oversized double lock-up garage with side storage and access from the rear laneway.

Located in Fairfield Street in Crace, this property is within a two-minute walk to the Crace Shops, which has a Supabarn, a café, a hairdresser, a gym and the popular District Café & Bar, as well as public transport with a direct bus route to the City.

Crace itself is close to the Gungahlin Town Centre and enjoys easy access to the Barton Highway and the Gungahlin Drive Extension, connecting the region to the rest of the ACT.

This home will be auctioned onsite at 10 am on Saturday, 13 November.

To find out more about 26 Fairfield Street in Crace or arrange an inspection, contact Symon Badenoch on 0412 898 690 and check out all the other hot listings on Zango.

Original Article published by James Coleman on The RiotACT.

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