Urambi Village is a lifestyle opportunity unlike anything else in Canberra. Established in 1976 and designed by Sydney-based architect Michael Dysart, Urambi Village is located about 20km south of the city. This peaceful community is not far from the Murrumbidgee River, with unobstructed views of the Brindabella Ranges to the west.
There are 72 townhouses at Urambi Village-43 tri-level and 29 courtyard houses-united as a community by spaces designed to promote community. Common facilities such as meeting rooms, a swimming pool and ball court are connected by paths running through a landscape of predominantly native trees and shrubs.
Unit 5 is a tri-level three-bedroom townhouse. Downstairs both large bedroom flow out onto the rear courtyard, the main bedroom fitted with an ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe. On the middle level, the study/third bedroom is a versatile space for either a home office, living space or third bedroom.
Upstairs, the open plan lounge and dining room take in gorgeous views of the Brindabella's across the adjoining golf course. The full-length balcony provides a great space for morning tea or casual dinners. While much in this home is original, everything has been fastidiously maintained, allowing new owner to enjoy the original charms of this planned lifestyle. In a rare bonus, unit 5 is one of the few townhouses with a secure single garage.
The price guide is not a misprint; my sellers have placed me under strict instructions to have this property SOLD! Be sure to attend the next open home and see for yourself the quality Real Estate opportunity on offer.
- Tri-level design
- Three large bedrooms
- Two bathrooms plus a separate visitors toilet
- Open plan lounge and dining room
- Original kitchen with electric cooking
- Full length balcony with golf course views
- Peaceful bushland setting
- Complex facilities include pool, ball court, barbeques and community spaces
- Single garage
House Size: 135m2
Rates: $1,960 pa
Land Tax (If Rented): $2,322 pa
Body Corporate: $2,930 pa inc. sinking fund contribution
*All figures are approximate