Flexible family living


62 Groom Place is a grand, family home offering flexibility and space to suit every buyer’s needs.

Comprising two residences, the main three-bedroom home and an adjoining two bedrooms complete with bathroom, kitchenette and living space, the home has potential to earn rental income or be opened up to form a large, five-bedroom family home.

Cream Residential principal, Chris Wilson, says the home is just four years old, built to a “very high standard”.

“Double-glazed windows, spotted gum floors… the attention to details is superb,” he says.

“The ideal buyer would be those looking for somewhere for teenagers or extended family to live in independently.

“Or just a larger family needing extra bedroom space.”

A knock-down rebuild project, the home boasts high, square set ceilings and a striking, modern kitchen with Quantum Quartz stone bench tops, two Miele wall ovens and a butler’s pantry.

Upstairs, the main bedroom suite boasts a walk-in robe and ensuite and adjoins a family breakout space or sitting area and front and rear balconies.

Downstairs is home to a number of living areas including an open-plan kitchen, family and dining space, a separate lounge room and the rumpus room or two-bedroom unit.

The alfresco entertaining area looks out over the landscaped, low-maintenance gardens, with access to the kitchen and dining areas.

Wilson says the home sits in a quiet, cul de sac location, “mid-way between Curtin and Hughes shops, closing to playing fields and access roads that lead to Woden and the City”.

5 bed | 3 bath | 2 car | 1 study

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