Block size: 583 m² approx.Duplex size: 114 m² approx.UV: $715,000 (2019)
Yes, you can afford Red Hill.
Bathed in sunlight, and set high up in the leafy canopy of Monaro Crescent, which is a flurry of renovations and beautiful newly built homes, #110 offers a smart buyer, a winning open door into a prestigious suburb. Super neat, well proportioned but still modest and honest in it’s original layout, there is screaming potential on offer for now or into the future.
A functional design, the lower level is designated for living, with an elevated front lounge opening through to a modernised eat in kitchen. Views and access through to the French inspired raised rear patio travertine paving and sandstone terraced gardens encourages alfresco entertaining, with leafy borrowed landscape of established neighbourhood shade trees. Drought tolerant landscaping, raised veggie plots and ornate wrought iron arbours create interest and a strong base for keen gardeners and children to explore the outdoors. A huge amount of land is on offer at the rear, with ample side parking for cars and trailers, and or potential extension.
The upper level is an array of three lovely airy bedrooms, and a fresh functional bathroom, with private treetop views. Given the vintage, the bedrooms are all of a good size, with some built in storage and lovely big windows. This delightful duplex has been thoughtfully upgraded to meet the needs of a modern family, whilst cleverly maintaining all the character of its 1950's construction. In an enclave of similarly charming cottages and some very swanky duplexes, moments to the boutique Red Hill and Griffith shops, within the school catchment for Red Hill Primary, Telopea Park School and childcare at French Australian Preschool and with ease of access to The Canberra Grammar School (less than 1km away), St Claire’s, St Edmunds and Narrabundah Colleges, Manuka Village, and the employment base of the Parliamentary Triangle and super easy airport access, this is a property that offers value in a prime location.
• Functional design with living and dining space at the front of the home • Updated kitchen overlooking rear patio and terraced gardens • Three bedrooms all of a good size, main bathroom all upstairs plus WC downstairs • New paint, new blinds, gas heating • Beautiful landscaping with sandstone terraces and travertine paving encouraging alfresco entertaining • Potential to extend out back and to the front (subject to approval), DA approval plans for additional garage and additional bedrooms, living area and bathroom are available upon request, great investment opportunity • Moments to Red Hill and Griffith shops, great proximity to school catchment plus Parliamentary Triangle and easy airport access
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