A rare opportunity



This home is set in Nicholls’ prestigious Harcourt Hill estate, boasting stylish inclusions worthy of its locale.

“The dream buyer would be a family with teenage children who love to entertain their guests in style,” says McGrath North Canberra agent Sam Taylor.

“Located in the prestigious pocket of Harcourt Hill, directly adjacent to hole three of the Gold Creek Country Club, a short drive to the Gungahlin town centre with great access to the Barton Highway to get into the City in under 15 minutes.”

2 McRitchie Circuit boasts soaring high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, bathing the interiors in natural light. The opulent parents’ wing is home to a large main bedroom with ensuite and luxury dressing room, and a fifth bedroom/office, separated from the rest of the home.


Taylor says this premium property is unique not just for Nicholls, but for the whole Gungahlin region.

“What makes it so unique is the home is wrapped in a magnificent outdoor setting and offers an array of indoor and outdoor entertaining options, accompanied by plentiful space for the whole family to spread out and enjoy,” says Taylor.

The open-plan kitchen, meals and family area is complemented by the separate, formal lounge and dining spaces, all of which open out onto the outdoor living area.


The remaining bedrooms occupy their own wing of the house, serviced by the sleek and modern main bathroom. Comfort is assured with zoned, in-slab heating, gas fireplace, evaporative cooling, and a split-system in the family room.

Outside, you’re spoilt for choice with space for entertaining and relaxation galore, with a deck, courtyard, outdoor living room, lawn space and a zen garden.

“Just how rare an opportunity it is to purchase such a home in this exclusive pocket… where home values only ever seem to appreciate,” says Taylor.


5 bed | 2 bath | 2 car

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