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On one of Amaroo’s largest blocks, 6 Styx Close is home to just over 1,400sqm of land, a grand four-bedroom residence and a pristine tennis court.

 In a quiet cul-de-sac , the home is just minutes to the reserve, walking trails and the tranquil Yerrabi Pond.

“The house itself is generous in its proportions, with multiple living areas, and four or five bedrooms given the flexible layout,” says Upside Realty ACT registered agent, Catherine Halloran. “It has beautifully landscaped grounds.

“Premium properties are sold along this belt, with the Amaroo foundation stone a few metres down the walking trail behind the house,” she says. 

“The tennis court area is ideal for a future pool, or granny flat, or leave as is for tennis, soccer, basketball – a great play area for the kids which is completely enclosed.”

tennis court at dusk

Halloran says the house is the ideal space for large or extended families, with a number of living areas and spacious bedrooms.

“Amaroo is a sought after suburb as a feeder for premium schools in the area, including Amaroo School which has several specialised programs including a Gifted and Talented program, as well as Burgmann and John Paul II College.”

The home is perfect for entertaining both inside out, with large family and rumpus rooms, separate dining and a modern kitchen. The open-plan family living area leads out to a covered alfresco entertaining space with built in barbecue and surrounded by landscaped gardens.

“The current owners have bought interstate and have been truly active in the Canberra community,” Halloran says, “one being a co-coach of the Canberra Giants netball team – I understand the team has trained on the tennis court from time to time! – and the other having created Mathletics, a specialist education program used by most Canberra public schools”.

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4 bed | 2 bath | 3 car 

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