Opposite Hughes Park and just a stroll away from local shops, this three-bedroom, two-storey home is an opportunity waiting to be taken.
Light-filled, with a tree-top outlook over the neighbourhood and adjacent greenspace, generous living spaces, a downstairs powder room, a sunroom that could be a fourth bedroom and an updated bathroom and kitchen - first home buyers, renovators and investors alike will see the huge potential here.
Downstairs, there's a large separate living room with full-length windows overlooking the streetscape and offering plenty of living options - a huge lounge room or living and dining space? Will you turn the windows into French doors and create a front courtyard garden to enjoy the leafy shade in summer? The meals area, adjacent to a kitchen with granite benchtops, opens to the backyard, where there are more renovation options. Maybe double doors here, accessing the back garden and an outdoor entertaining area or maybe that's an option for the sunroom. There's plenty of room to decide.
Upstairs, the three bedrooms are generously sized and the bathroom has been updated. Outside, there's a single carport and a paved area, ideal for the barbeque.
A perfect entry-level opportunity that's within close proximity to Hughes shops and primary school. Canberra Hospital and Woden's town/business centre is a short drive or cycle away.
In an excellent location and ready for new owners to create their own opportunities - rent while renovation plans are drawn up, add the house to your property portfolio or just move in and enjoy adding your own touches.
Features: - Separate title (no body corporate) - Three bedroom, two storey home - Sunroom/fourth bedroom - Large carpeted lounge room - Meals area - Very functional kitchen with gas cooktop - Granite benchtops, double sink, wall oven - Separate toilet downstairs - Gas heater in the lounge room - Backyard with paved area - Single carport
EER: 1.5 Land Size: 539m2 Living Size: 163m2 (approx.) Land Rates: $2,809 p.a (approx.) Land Value: $413,000 (approx.)
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