Offering residents tremendous potential and a full lifestyle close to the city, 69 Hannan Crescent is a great opportunity to secure your piece of historic Ainslie.
With easy access to beautiful outdoor spaces and modern amenities, a north-facing back garden and a five minute drive to the city, this home provides an excellent opportunity for tenants. The Dickson shops and pool are just a few blocks away and Dickson wetlands, Mt Majura and Mt Ainslie are all within walking distance along with many highly regarded schools.
The mostly original home sits on a flat block and has three bedrooms with built-in robes, a cosy lounge with an eye-catching gas fireplace and a quaint kitchen with room for a small dining table.
At a glance...
- Three bedrooms with built-in robes - One bathroom with separate toilet - Single carport - North-facing rear garden - Gas fireplace - Canberra City a five minute drive away - Close to Dickson shops, restaurants, cafes and pool - Walking distance to: Schools, Dickson wetlands, Mt Majura and Mt Ainslie trails - EER 1.5
Ainslie is a leafy suburb of Canberra, Australia in the North Canberra district. The suburb is bounded by Limestone Avenue and Majura Avenue to the west and north, Phillip Avenue to the north-east, Mount Ainslie to the east and Quick Street to the south. Ainslie is within walking distance of the City, the nature trails of Mount Ainslie, the Australian War Memorial and the many restaurants of Dickson. It has many attractions: a central location, with equally easy access to the CBD and the bush trails of Mount Ainslie; the abundance of charming early twentieth-century, heritage-listed houses; mature deciduous street trees and general leafiness; and a vibrant local shopping centre. The suburb is characterised by leafy streets, and mainly by detached single dwelling houses. Many see a "village" atmosphere around the many small parks. Ainslie has experienced 'in-fill' development in recent years, both in the form of dual occupancy dwellings (where two dwellings are constructed on a block which previously contained one house) and medium-density development, especially at the Limestone Avenue ends of Cowper Street and Angus Street and, more recently, on the site of the former service station at the Ainslie shops.
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PETS: Please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided before any pets are at the premises.
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School