Due to the rapidly unfolding COVID-19 situation, for health and safety reasons this property is available to view by prior arranged private inspection only .
Please contact Maree on 0419 624 766 or Megan on 0424 381 307 to book your private viewing.
This property will be available for viewing, bidding and exchanging on "Auction Now", a virtual auction platform
Register to bid: https://auctionnow.com.au/properties/59658/register#/
This unique property has been divided into three separate properties; one rental, one home office and one owner occupier. A north facing position on the corner of Dryandra Street and Fairfax Street with parklands on either side, a rare offering in over 40 years. A flexible floorplan to either keep as is or convert into one large home. Situated on a large 850sqm block so close to schools, shops, CSIRO, ANU and CBD.
Price guide above $1,100,000
Lower level unit: - One bedroom with robes - Large north east facing living and dining areas - Gas hydronic in slab heating, two ceiling fans - Kitchen with walk-in pantry - Block out curtains and blinds - External laundry - Lovely sunny courtyard plus single carport - Separate entry off Fairfax street
Upper level office or unit - Currently set up as an office - Separate entrance, lovely front north facing terrace - Hydronic in slab heating plus reverse cycle unit - Kitchenette plus powder room (there is plumbing for shower) - Beautiful outlook to bushlands
Upper level unit (currently tenanted at $330 per week) - One bedroom - Full kitchen - Combined bathroom and laundry - Hydronic in slab heating - Separate entry off Dryandra street - Large lounge and dining area
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