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60 Kondelea Way
Denman Prospect ACT 2611

Block size: 558 m² approx.
This property is currently not on the market.

Property history

14 Jan 2021
Sold
$540,000
Contract: 08/10/2020
Transfer: 14/01/2021
Block size: 558m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling

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Block Size:558 *
*These are approximate values based on available information.
 
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Block size: 558 (approx)
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What's nearby

Charles Weston SchoolPrimary School
2.5km
Stromlo HighHigh School
6.5km
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
8.5km
Cooleman CourtMajor Shopping Centre
5.1km
Australian National UniversityUniversity
9.2km
Hawker CollegeCollege
6.7km
Cooleman Court Post OfficePost Office
5.1km
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe
8.4km

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