Opportunities like this don't come up very often. Imagine a sizeable 780m2 parcel of land nestled in a well-established street and an elevated location.
This original home has never been sold before and is being offered to the market for the first time and offers a neat and tidy three-bedroom, one-bathroom residence you can just move straight into and renovate or extend at a later date.
Elevated to the rear with some slope, enjoy views to Oakey Hill Nature Reserve. With the long side of the block facing north, the orientation is ideal for a solar passive home. Street frontage is approx. 21 metres, depth approx. 37 metres.
Just minutes to Woden and everything it has to offer along with great schools in the area and public transport. Enjoy Sunday morning breakfast at the local cafe at Lyons shops just a few minutes' walk.
Everything you want and more.
Features: - 780m2 elevated block offering views - 3 bedrooms - 1 bathroom with separate toilet - Separate lounge and dining - Neat and tidy home ready to move in and enjoy - Potential to do renovations or extensions at a later date - Close to Lyons shops and Woden town centre - Easy access to public transport and great schools in the area
Facts: - EER: 4.5 - UCV: $556,000 - Rates: $3,536.00 (approx.) per annum - Land Tax: $5,506.00 (approx.) per annum for investors
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