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8 Brid Place, Lyons ACT 2606

Block size: 1060 m² approx.House size: 317 m² approx.UV: $913,000 (2023)

Light Flooded Family Home with Picturesque Views

What makes this home different? It offers elevation, the perfect orientation and a stunning outlook over the Woden Valley whilst being whisper quiet.

Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac on a generous 1,060m2 block this light-filled home, radiates curb appeal, and offers panoramic views of the National Arboretum, Black Mountain, Red Hill, and Woden Town Centre visible from nearly every window. Spanning 317m2 across three levels, the well-designed floor plan caters to various household needs, featuring multiple entertaining areas and remarkably adaptable living spaces.

The home was extended & renovated in its entirety in 2019, The design prioritised sustainability, and results in a highly efficient and cosy home in all climactic conditions.

Surrounded by easy-care, established gardens and trees, fostering a space that is peaceful and private. The location is unparalleled, with convenient walking distance to local shops and Westfield Woden. Moreover, it falls within the catchment zone for esteemed schools such as Lyons Early Childcare Centre, Curtin Primary, Alfred Deakin High School, and Canberra College. With its quality and desirable features, this home is move-in ready, making it an ideal choice for a growing family. The residence offers a perfect blend of functionality and charm.

Three-level home
Comprehensively renovated and extended in 2019- by award winning Country Builders
Fully renovated with insulation, windows, electrical circuits, flooring and rendering all seamlessly integrated with substantial extensions
Solar passive design with thermal mass flooring in winter sunlit spaces
Fully insulated floors, walls, ceilings, concrete slab
5 Bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
A self-contained studio downstairs with a bedroom, living and dining area, modern kitchenette, bathroom, and space for your washing machine and dryer
Double glazed UPVC windows throughout
Main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe
Segregated 3 additional bedrooms all with built-in-robes
Separate toilets
Gas cooktop and gas BBQ plumbed in
Ducted reverse-cycle electric heating and cooling, in four separate zones for efficiency
Double-sided slow combustion wood heater
Large island bench with stone tops to all kitchen surfaces
Butler's pantry
LED downlights throughout
Separate Laundry with great storage
Rainwater tank and electric pump, with space and stormwater plumbing to add more
Automatic irrigation system, accessing both mains and rainwater
Access to the large deck from kitchen/dining area
Proximity to Oakey Hill
Ideally located within a short walk to the local Lyons shops, close to the Curtin Shopping Centre and Woden Town Centre

EER: 5.5
Block size: 1,060m2
Upper level: 55m2
Ground level: 178m2
Lower level:84m2
Total internal living: 317m2
Rates: $4,678 per annum (approx.)
Land tax (investors): $8,599 per annum (approx.)
Rental estimate: $1,000-$1,100 per week
Age: 56 years (Built in 1968)
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Fast


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Block Size:
1060 *
House Size:
317 *
Unimproved Value:
$913,000 (2023)

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LJ Hooker Canberra City

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Block information
Block 24 Section 11 Lyons
Block size: 1060 (approx)
Unimproved value: $913,000 (2023)
Legal description: WODE/LYON/11/24
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What's nearby

Curtin PrimaryPrimary School
Alfred Deakin High SchoolHigh School
The Canberra HospitalHospital
Woden PlazaMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Canberra CollegeCollege
Phillip Post OfficePost Office
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe

Property history

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Property History
25 Mar 2024
LJ Hooker Canberra City
Contract: 25/03/2024
Listed: 29/01/2024
Days on market: 56
Block size: 1060m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
24 Oct 2007
Luton Properties Dickson
Contract: 11/08/2007
Transfer: 24/10/2007
Listed: 20/07/2007
Days on market: 22
Block size: 1061m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Single residential dwelling

Lyons suburb information

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SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
37 years
Unimproved value for Lyons
Listing ID: 182251313. This listing has been viewed 7338 times. It was first displayed on 29/01/2024 and last updated on 26/03/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
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