With treetop vistas from almost every window and a parklike landholding, it is hard to believe this Greenleigh home is a mere 15-minute drive from the nation’s capital.
Set in an elevated position, the commanding residence at 19 Taylor Place offers bright, open spaces, flawless workmanship and a sensational four-car garage for motoring enthusiasts.
Selling agent Louise Harget, from Belle Property – Queanbeyan, said the property offered the benefits of a semirural lifestyle on the doorstep of Canberra, but the real asset was the standout quality of the 2001 build.
“This house is absolutely incredible quality. It’s all concrete suspended slab and it has been really beautifully constructed. It looks like it was built yesterday, the quality is impeccable,” Ms Harget said.
The Greenleigh home has four bedrooms as well as a separate studio on the lower level, perfect for a multi-generational family, a teen retreat or an au pair.
The grand entry is complemented by cathedral ceilings, marble inlays in the floor tiles, Tasmanian Oak floors and the formal areas take in sensational sunset views.
“The feedback we are getting is that people are loving the proportions,” Ms Harget said.
“Downstairs, the living areas are really grand while still very simple. It’s elevated so it catches the sun beautifully. The sunsets are amazing and you’re looking at the trees from everywhere, which is lovely.
“The basement is next level. I’ve had a few car enthusiasts and mad cyclists who are just dreaming about a garage that big.”
Additional features include ducted airconditioning and a ducted vacuum system.
The property is scheduled to go to auction on 19 June at 3.30pm and is expected to reach a price in the high $1 millions to low $2 millions.
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