A great little starter or knockdown rebuild…..the choice is yours!
The supervising architect was Ken Oliphant for this three bedroom home sited on a terrific corner block that just ideal for those looking to enter the Ainslie market at an affordable price. Basically in original but good condition this quaint and cute home has endless potential to add your touches and reap the rewards with some lovely characteristics to work with.
The large entry with its high timber ceiling sets the tone for this light filled residence with the raked ceilings being carried throughout, providing character and charm. A spacious living and dining area still features the original art deco Warmray wood heater that may well be brought to life if desired. The centrally located kitchen although original has a wonderful cheery retro feel to it with its red features adding a little bit of life and colour to your day.
Other features include ducted gas heating (two year old furnace) an air conditioner to the living and a reverse cycle split system to the master bedroom, with this room also featuring built-in robes.
You are located within easy access of numerous shopping centres including Ainslie and Dickson along with schools and public transport, all whilst being within just a short drive of the CBD.
.character filled three bedroom home .great entry level opportunity .supervised by architect Ken Oliphant .ideal for renovation or perhaps a knockdown rebuild .in basically original but good condition .lovely and light throughout .raked ceilings throughout .ducted gas heating (two year old furnace) plus a reverse cycle split system .air conditioner to the living area .main bedroom with built-in robe .single carport .privately screened block .fabulous location so close to a great choice of schools, the thriving local shopping centres, public transport, walking trails and ovals .just a short drive to the CBD
EER: 0 Land Size: 705m2 approx. Land Value: $681,000 approx. Land Rates: $3872 per annum approx.
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School