By Negotiation

10 Toms Crescent,Ainslie ACT 2602

House3bedrooms2bathrooms1garage spaces
UV: $816,000

a heavy heart

Not surprisingly, there is a reluctance to part with an early Canberra home in Corroboree Park. The heavy heart stems from knowing and feeling part of the land, the heritage and the history. Also, the lifestyle is not one easily replaced or replicated anywhere else in Canberra.

The front facade of 10 Toms Crescent is charming and the small alterations made over time have been carefully calculated to retain the character of the home whilst modernising the accommodation and living areas. Positioned among an avenue of hundred-year-old pencil pines, the house is part of a unique, iconic Canberra vista in a working-class suburb that has always celebrated gardens, community and their emerging city.

Corroboree Park is a protected haven in the city, a garden precinct with an enviable lifestyle. With the close proximity to Braddon and Ainslie Schools, this community comes alive with people passing by and children playing in the park.

The word "opportunity" is used rather flippantly in the real estate world to stimulate interest in a home that is for sale. In this case, the honest truth is that 10 Toms Crescent presents a wonderful opportunity: you have a very rare chance to purchase a highly desirable home in an historic and delightful location.

features.
.perfectly positioned in the heart of the City, tightly held Corroboree Park Precinct
.sizeable, private and level garden block 1168m2 (approx.)
.133m2 (approx.) living area, heritage listed, weatherboard home built
.modern kitchen with electric Bosch hot plate, Electrolux oven and Whirlpool dishwasher, eat in kitchen area
.lounge with fireplace and timber mantle
.three bedrooms, two bathrooms, main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite
.original character detailing throughout, battened ceilings, picture rails, sash hung windows, original hard wood timber floors, high ceilings
.enclosed sleep out, perfect for a playroom or study
.external laundry room with double tub
.slow combustion fire box, electric hot water
.established gardens, original garage with barn door
.gorgeous front facade with loads of potential
.brilliant location within footsteps of a wide selection of cafes, shops, The War Memorial, Lake Burley Griffin, the City Centre and the exciting Braddon Precinct. 500m to Ainslie School

Advisory Service: Free heritage and architectural advice is available for heritage owners and purchasers. The Heritage Advisory Service provides guidance on renovating or extending a heritage home. The service is provided by Philip Leeson Architects Pty Ltd. Call Philip Leeson or David Hobbes on (02) 6295 3311 for one free appointment. This is an independent service supported by the ACT Government. http://www.environment.act.gov.au/heritage/heritage_register

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Key Details

Property Type:House
Block:3
Section:6
EER:1.5
Unimproved Value:$816,000

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What's Nearby

Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School
0.9km
Campbell High School, CampbellHigh School
1.5km
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
5km
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
1.7km
Australian National UniversityUniversity
2.6km
Merici CollegeCollege
0.3km
Braddon Newsagency & Post OfficePost Office
1.1km

Ainslie Suburb Information

Median Sale Price For Ainslie
$1,000,000
Average Age
41 years
Population
5,104
Ainslie Profile
Ainslie Occupancy

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