Auction Location: In rooms at LJ Hooker Canberra City, 182-200 City Walk.
Want an affordable family home and don't want the added stress of maintaining a big yard? 12A Conley might just be your new home.
This classic ex-government home forms the front part of a self managed (meaning no fees!) dual occupancy in the family orientated suburb of Melba. It's as neat as a pin and has recently been given a face-lift. The new flooring provides a spacious and open feel to the living areas and shows off the newly updated kitchen. The home also has an updated oversized bathroom and new LED downlighting. The recently installed RC/AC will ensure a bearable remainder of Summer in your new home and switch it over to heat the home up as the cooler months approach. The living room has floor to ceiling windows allowing the sun and natural light to pour through, imagine reading a book on the lounge on a summer afternoon with the aircon keeping you comfortable!
As mentioned, 12A Conley can in fact be your next family home. With 4 great sized bedrooms, there's enough space for everyone and the location provides great amenity to schools with Melba Secondary College, Melba Tennis Club and the cricket oval right across the road and just a couple of streets away you have Copland College, Mount Rogers Primary School and the Canberra BMX Club. If you're not after a family home but instead, an investment property, the property has the potential to achieve $480-$520 per week in the current rental market.
This is a golden opportunity and a solid investment, so if you are looking for an easy care family home then don't miss out on the amazing opportunity, contact Stephen Bunday today!
At a glance...
- 4 bedrooms - Front dwelling of dual occupancy - Self managed - no fees! - Update kitchen and oversized bathroom - New flooring to living areas - RC/AC - New LED lighting - Close to schools - Close to major public transport links - Walk to playing fields and parks
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