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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

An unrivalled position in Wamboin

Tucked in a “quiet corner” of Wamboin, this home sits in secluded serenity, whilst being a stone’s throw to Sutton Road with easy access to Canberra and Queanbeyan.

McGrath North Canberra sales agent Michael Fay says this solar-passive home is ideal for families with young or teenage children, with an abundance of space on offer for a wide range of activities.

“Or, buyers who simply want to enjoy the peace and serenity of this unrivalled position in Wamboin, yet be close to the city amenities,” he says.

lounge room

Set over 20 acres, 64 Finn Place boasts the main four-bedroom residence as well as a two-bedroom cottage.

Fay says the main house is orientated for maximum solar efficiency, with floor-to-ceiling double-glazed windows to maximise natural light and the sweeping views of the valley.

“Soaring ceilings accentuate the sense of space, and there is gloss hardwood flooring throughout,” he says.

“A sublime ModWood decking outdoor entertaining area, accessed from the kitchen through wide sliding back doors, and shaded by sails, is perfect for entertaining large groups or family.

deck of home with large yellow shade cloth

“The separate two-bedroom cottage, currently with Airbnb as a short-term rental, offers income potential, or the flexibility of space for guests or extended family,” Fay says.

The main house boasts two living areas, a main bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite with bath, and a large open kitchen with views to the outdoor deck and beyond.

“Work from home in the superb office/library setup, and still be close to the office for face-to-face meetings,” says Fay.

aerial shot of property

6 bed | 4 bath | 6 car | 1 study

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