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11 Temple Terrace
Denman Prospect ACT 2611

Block size: 579 m² approx.UV: $490,000 (2021)
This property is currently not on the market.
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Property history

13 Oct 2017
Independent Gungahlin
Contract: 31/07/2017
Transfer: 13/10/2017
Listed: 17/05/2017
Days on market: 75
Block size: 579m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling
16 Aug 2016
Contract: 29/03/2016
Transfer: 16/08/2016
Block size: 579m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling

Key details

Property Type:House
Block Size:579 *
Unimproved Value:$490,000 (2021)
Rates (Residential):$3,328*
Rates (Commercial):$21,723*
Rates (Rural):$1,247*
Land Tax (Residential):$4,945*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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Block information
Block 18 Section 25 Denman Prospect
Block size: 579 (approx)
Unimproved value: $490,000 (2021)
Legal description: MOLO/DENM/25/18
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