Set on one of Hughes' premier streets is this neat and tidy family home. Presented in excellent, original condition this property will allow its new owners to move in and live in it as is whilst you decide if you want to renovate, extend or just keep it as is for the time being.
Offering sun filled living areas that look out onto the neatly maintained front garden area and a dining room that has views back across to the Brindabella ranges and Woden Valley.
The bedroom arrangement is flexible with number 4 bedroom currently used as a study and would not require much work to convert back to a proper 4th bedroom.
The kitchen offers a pleasant outlook onto the neatly manicured rear gardens with its array of mature shrubs and trees that have been lovingly cared for.
All of this within minutes to the Hughes shops and schools, Alfred Deakin High School and of course the Canberra Hospital precinct in the other direction. You are also very close to the walking trails that take you onto the Red Hill Nature Reserve with its many tracks and trails that you can wonder along.
I urge you to put this home at the top of your inspection list as interest in it is sure to by high.
General Rates: $938 p/qtr (approx.) Land Tax: (if rented out) $1483 p/qtr (approx.) UV: $599,000 Block Size: 807m2 (approx.) Living Area: 140m2 (approx.) Constructed: 1967
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