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This unique property with solar panels has been divided into three separate properties; one rental, one home office and one owner occupier. A north facing position on the corner of Dryandra Street and Fairfax Street with parklands on either side, a rare offering in over 40 years. A flexible floorplan to either keep as is or convert into one large home. Situated on a large 850sqm block so close to schools, shops, CSIRO, ANU and CBD.
Price guide above $1,100,000
Lower level unit: - One bedroom with robes - Large north east facing living and dining areas - Gas hydronic in slab heating, two ceiling fans - Kitchen with walk-in pantry - Block out curtains and blinds - External laundry - Lovely sunny courtyard plus single carport - Separate entry off Fairfax street
Upper level office or unit - Currently set up as an office - Separate entrance, lovely front north facing terrace - Hydronic in slab heating plus reverse cycle unit - Kitchenette plus powder room (there is plumbing for shower) - Beautiful outlook to bushlands
Upper level unit (previously rented rented at $330 per week) - One bedroom - Full kitchen - Combined bathroom and laundry - Hydronic in slab heating - Separate entry off Dryandra street - Large lounge and dining are - Currently vacant
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