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Style, space and sweeping views

Next to the Kinlyside Nature Reserve, this stylish and private home in Casey enjoys elevation and sweeping views across the Gungahlin Valley to the likes of Mount Ainslie and Black Mountain.

“Why build your new dream home when it’s already waiting for you in the serene suburb of Casey?” says Maria Selleck Properties’ director and sales agent, Maria Selleck, of the six-bedroom family home.

“The property is built in the heights of Casey, close to the nature reserve, and with easy access to Gungahlin and Horse Park Drive.”

Selleck says the home boasts spacious living over two levels, with something for everybody.

“On the main entry level, accommodation includes living/media room, stunning open plan kitchen with a walk-in-pantry overlooking the living/dining area and stretching out to a large and distinctively unique covered veranda, especially designed with seamless indoor to outdoor flow,” she says.

“Accommodation on this level also includes four bedrooms, all with wardrobes, including master with a walk-in robe and ensuite, and the main bathroom.”

Other features of this impeccable home include study nook, garage with internal access and walk-in linen cupboard. Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling ensure year-round comfort, and the myriad living spaces both inside and out ensure a home that suits every need.

“This beautiful home is ideal for the large or extended family,” says Selleck, “with the lower level offering the benefit of using it as either a home office, or a large teenagers’ retreat”.

6 bed | 3 bath | 2 car

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