Ainslie is one of Canberra's blue-ribbon suburbs for a reason: the gorgeous tree lined avenues, proximity to the CBD and close knit community combine to create an enviable environment for a home that is often sought, but rarely secured.
This fully renovated 3-bedroom home is turn-key ready and a truly unique opportunity to cement yourself in such a premier location. New flooring, fresh paint and modern appliances all bring the home well and truly into the 2020's.
A welcoming terrace ideal for enjoying a glass of wine in the afternoon sun greets you walking up to the home itself.
The lounge/ dining space is well sized and takes advantage of the home's northerly aspect with wide framed windows filling the room with light and emphasizing the mid-century charm that the home emanates.
The first bedroom is oversized, with a new built-in-robe and enough space to be a second living area if desired, adding to the versatility on display here. Both other bedrooms have new built-in-robes as well and the home is serviced by a sleekly modern bathroom and separate toilet.
The kitchen has been opened up into a spacious open plan room with new appliances and room for the avid chef to explore their passion. It overlooks the charming backyard which provides a haven from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Low-maintenance, landscaped and with a cute covered entertaining space, this secure garden is ready for you to make your own mark here. The tandem carport and attached storeroom provide ample storage space, and an additional large shed on the other side of the block ensures there will always be room for more.
Location, location, location is often thrown around in real estate as a crucial element in a home, and it certainly applies in this case. Positioned perfectly near the city, local schools and amenities and major arterial roads allowing you to access all Canberra has to offer in minutes, the convenience available here is second to none. With access to Mt Ainslie and Mt Majura so close, nature walks and hikes will be a staple escape from the urban lifestyle.
Enjoy this modern retreat in the centre of town and don't let this opportunity slip through your fingers, come and see your next dream home now!
*Fully renovated mid-century home in fantastic location *New flooring + fresh paint *Sizable covered front verandah *Oversized main bedroom *Fireplace *Modern Bosch dishwasher, oven and electric cooktop *Covered outdoor entertaining area *Tandem carport + attached storeroom *Additional storage shed *Built in robes to all bedrooms *Short walk to North Ainslie primary, Emmaus Christian School, Dickson College, and Australian Catholic University *Mt Ainslie & Mt Majura nearby as well as local ovals and parks
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