Block size: 1159 m² approx.House size: 311 m² approx.UV: $920,000 (2019)
A Home for All Seasons at the Foot of Mt Ainslie
If you've always wanted to live on Ainslie's most famous street and have a growing family or diverse accommodation needs, then look no further.
Behind an unassuming exterior is a supremely functional family home, with over 300 square meters of living space. There are 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 living areas, an office, spacious granny flat (6th bedroom), and more - you can re-purpose the spaces to suit your family's changing needs. Outside there is a screened courtyard, a 15 metre-plus deck and an established, low-maintenance garden, with plenty of room for summer entertaining, kids' games, and several trampolines - the block is a huge 1,159m2. Construction is mostly double brick, with extensive double glazing, while 32 solar panels help keep energy prices under control. Imaginative spaces and raked ceilings lend themselves to elegant design.
The property is situated a leisurely stroll to coffee at the celebrated Ainslie shops and not far from the friendly Hackett ones, a 60 second hop to Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve, and an easy car, bus or bike ride to Dickson, Civic and ANU. This fine family home has served its owners well for nearly 40 years - and has been well cared for in return.
Features & inclusions...
- 3 rainwater tanks (total 7,750L) and associated pumps - Garden shed - Bosch gas cook-top, electric oven and new dishwasher - Custom-built bookcases and computer desk in office - Retractable awning - Raked ceilings - Extensive double glazing - 32 solar panels (8.5 kWp) - Cheminees Philippe fireplace with externally accessed woodbox - Granny flat with ramp access - Large walk-in pantry and working pantry - Large storeroom/wine cellar - Office with direct external entry - Gas central heating for main house with reverse cycle in granny flat - North-east facing deck - Fisher & Paykel fridges in main and granny flat kitchens included
A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.
Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School