AUCTION UNLESS SOLD PRIOR BED 4 BATH 1 TOILETS 2 CAR 1 Bidders Guide Low $700,000's
Solid-built full brick, terracotta tiled, four bedroom home within a flat 3-5 minute walk to all city amenities, including public and private schools, childcare, public indoor and outdoor pools, a library to satisfy any great reader, gyms, all major grocery chains, boutique restaurants and pubs, bus interchange, a GP centre, new hospital and the beautiful Queanbeyan Park - a wedding photo favourite and great place for a morning or evening run.
Queanbeyan has preserved its small country town feel, despite its very close proximity to Canberra (11 kms to Parliament House or approximately 20 minutes in peak hour traffic). Winner of the Heritage Home of the Year 2009, 13 Albert Street is located in a tightly-held heritage precinct with very low turnover of ownership. Many residents have lived in this area their entire adult lives, and many move in and never want to leave.
This 1950s home has many period features, including tall corniced ceilings, polished floors, french doors to both lounge room entrances, original tiled bathroom and two separate toilets. A sizeable galley kitchen provides a canvas for you to make your own, with morning sunshine providing a warm filter to help you get ready to start each day. Neutral decor and abundant natural light compliments the practical layout of this well designed and built home.
Additional features include Brivis ducted gas heating, new dishwasher, gas cooking, built in robes to two queen size bedrooms, landscaped gardens, large tool shed, enclosed carport with remote control door. Some productive fruit trees in manageable backyard. NBN for those who need the highest digital connectivity.
This home has been tenanted for 7 of the last 10 years and serves brilliantly as an investment or a live-in property. Come and take a look as this beautiful home, and Queanbeyan itself, are certain to charm you.
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