67 Shingleback Throsby, ACT 2914
Split Contracts – Save On Stamp Duty
4 BEDROOM OPTION AVAILALBE FROM $740,000
â€¢ Living – 154m2 approx.
â€¢ Garage – 36m2 approx.
â€¢ Porch – 2m2 approx.
â€¢ Block 2 Section 53 – 405m2
â€¢ North Facing
â€¢ Render and Face brick as per artist impression
â€¢ Letter box as per artist impression
â€¢ R2.0 to& amp;nbsp;all external walls R4 to ceilings
â€¢ Drive way
â€¢ 2000L Water tank
â€¢ Full height tiling to a bathroom and ensuite.
â€¢ Daiken – Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling
â€¢ SMEG appliances
â€¢ Stone Bench Tops
â€¢ Video intercom
For a detailed list of inclusions contact Edward and Tabish today!
Land price – $405,000
Option to design your own plan available, find out more!
Secure your dream home in Canberra’s newest suburb, a beautiful, flat 405m2 block ready to build on in early 2017.
All the streets in Throsby have been named after native Australian animal or fauna such as Koala Close, Echidna street and Gecko way because just next door is Muligans Flat woodland reserve, a sanctuary for wildlife and plant protection.
It’s a perfect place for walking or taking the kids on a twilight tour to see if they can spot some nocturnal animals.
When thinking about amenities, Throsby is only 2km from Gunghalin Town center and just 11km to the city, its closer to everything than you think.
There are plenty of schools nearby including Burgman Anglican College, Gungahlin College and plans to build a brand new government school and Catholic school within Throsby, making morning drop-offs even easier.
For those who enjoy a jog in the great outdoors, you can try the hilltop hike to start your day or just a causal stroll with the kids around on of the many walking tracks.We all know how hard it can be moving into a new suburb and making new friends, but this has been made all too easy for new residents of Throsby with the ‘Mingle program’ being initiated.
Mingle provides fun and free activities as well as community events to help residents get to know their neighbours and play an active role in their community. It’s a great way to meet some new people and create a safer neighbourhood.