Rarely available property offering city living in rural setting
This house in O'Connor is in prime location on Dryandra Street directly opposite O'Connor Ridge. It enjoys the best of both worlds providing the convenience of city living as well as the tranquillity of a rural setting. The property is close to the city, ANU, Lyneham Primary and High Schools and the University of Canberra, yet is set in a natural environment with opportunities for lifestyle pursuits.
The house rarely comes on the market as tenants tend to stay for a few years. The last tenants have just moved after two years for extended family reasons; before that, it had the same tenants for about 5 years.
The house had a substantial renovation two years ago with new paint, tiling and flooring, and a new bathroom and toilet. The spacious, practically new kitchen has good quality appliances that are two years old. The bathroom has a full-size bathtub and separate new shower and vanity. The three good-sized bedrooms have built-in robes. There is timber flooring and vertical timber blinds throughout the house and an efficient ducted heating system.
The front yard had a makeover at the same time. It was professionally landscaped and is easy care with new plantings including of bird-attracting plants that are coming along nicely.
The enclosed back yard is huge, making it ideal for young children and/or pets. There are vegie beds at the bottom of the garden and a garden shed. There is also a good-sized garage which can serve as a garage, workshop or games room.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:813 m² (approx)
Unimproved Value:$782,000 (2019)
Kay Chee Lance
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