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34 Stowport Avenue, Crace ACT 2911

Block size: 336 m² approx.House size: 203 m² approx.UV: $508,000 (2023)

Serene Living near Crace Shopping Centre

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and contemporary finesse, this remarkable home exudes architectural elegance and a well-designed layout. Boasting modern fittings and fixtures, along with inviting, sunlit living and entertaining spaces, this residence is set in a peaceful area, offering tranquil views of green open spaces. Its enviable location places it within walking distance to the abundance of lifestyle amenities at Crace Shopping Centre.

Features Overview:
- 6 x security cameras and Alarm
- Double level floorplan
- Double-glazed windows
- NBN connected with FTTP
- Age: 11 years (built in 2013)
- EER (Energy Efficiency Rating): 6.0 Stars

Sizes (Approx)
- Internal Living: 140.09 sqm (43.58 sqm upstairs and 96.51 sqm downstairs)
- Porch: 5.41 sqm
- Alfresco: 19 sqm
- Garage: 39.48 sqm
- Total residence: 203.98 sqm
- Block: 336 sqm

- Rates: $833.8 per quarter
- Land Tax (Investors only): $1438.6 per quarter
- Conservative rental estimate (unfurnished) $790 – $810 per week

- Two Spacious master suite both with ensuite
- Well sized rooms all with Built-in robes
- Bathroom with full sized tub and separate toilet
- Contemporary kitchen with stone bench and mirror backsplash
- Family and meals area flowing onto landscaped entertaining area
- Double garage with internal access
- Ducted evaporative cooling and gas heating
- Double glazing throughout

- Large backyard perfect for kids and pets

Construction Information:
- Flooring: Concrete slab on ground to the ground floor level. Timber joists to the upper floor level
- External Walls: Brick veneer and compressed cladding
- Roof Framing: Timber: Truss roof framing
- Roof Cladding: Concrete roof tiles
- Window Glazing: Double glazed windows
- Wall Insulation: Thermal insulation value approximately R-2.0
- Roof Insulation: Thermal insulation value approximately R-4.0 with reflective foil

Crace is noted for its strong sense of family and community. Driving through you will see the thought that went into planning this masterplanned neighbourhood. This suburb provides numerous outdoor spaces and venues for family and friends to meet. Leave your car in the garage on weekends and stroll to the parks, cafes, restaurants and bars, as well as the hairdresser, gym and supermarket.

We are opening the home most Saturdays with mid-week inspections. However, If you would like a review outside of these times please email us on: jesssmith@stonerealestate.com.au

Disclaimer: The material and information contained within this marketing is for general information purposes only. Stone Gungahlin does not accept responsibility and disclaim all liabilities regarding any errors or inaccuracies contained herein. You should not rely upon this material as a basis for making any formal decisions. We recommend all interested parties to make further enquiries.
nbn® Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Ultrafast


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Key details

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Block Size:
336 *
House Size:
203 *
Unimproved Value:
$508,000 (2023)

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Block information
Block 2 Section 31 Crace
Block size: 336 (approx)
Unimproved value: $508,000 (2023)
Legal description: GUNG/CRAC/31/2
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What's nearby

Palmerston District PrimaryPrimary School
Burgmann Anglican SchoolHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
The MarketplaceMajor Shopping Centre
University Of CanberraUniversity
Gungahlin CollegeCollege
Gungahlin Post OfficePost Office
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe

Property history

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Property History
15 Apr 2016
MARQ Property
Contract: 13/02/2016
Transfer: 15/04/2016
Listed: 21/01/2016
Days on market: 23
Block size: 336m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling

Crace suburb information

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SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
35 years
Unimproved value for Crace
Listing ID: 182346572. This listing has been viewed 6740 times. It was first displayed on 04/03/2024 and last updated on 06/07/2024.
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