Look past the façade and the beautiful swans all around, and you know this is an opportunity too good to miss. Nestled in a quiet leafy pocket, 9 MacDonnell Street is waiting for the right buyer to give it a major renovation or, recreate a new home within this prime location.
The current offering is a home built in approximately 1955 with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom on an elevated 666m2 block. With some work in the bathroom it could be considered as an investment property while the plans for your new home are being designed and approved.
Located just a short stroll to Deakin shops and cafes, and a 7-minute drive to Canberra CBD an Inner South lifestyle is all at your fingertips. Feather your nest in your own way!
Features: - 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom - Combined lounge and dining - Original characteristics - Quiet leafy street surrounded by new and renovated homes - Carport at front of home - Short walk to Deakin shops and Canberra CBD just a short 7 minute drive to Canberra CBD
Facts: EER: 0.0 Block Size: 666m2 (approx.) UV: $962,000 General Rates: $5,670 pa Land Tax: (if rented) $9,577 pa Year built: 1955 (approx.) All figures are approximate and buyers should make their own enquiries.
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