Perfectly set in a prime location, it is easy to see why this area is so desirable. Walking distance to The Canberra Hospital, Woden Plaza, well-regarded public and private schools, playing fields AND just a short drive to the City and Parliamentary Triangle – what’s not to love?
When considering the list of features for your next family home, I think you will find 14 McCrae Street nails it. A striking renovated kitchen, 3 large and separate living areas, big bedrooms, fabulous covered entertaining deck, with spa, and oodles of off-street parking for a caravan, boat, trailer and several cars!
This home represents an ideal opportunity for an uncomplicated lifestyle for busy families by focusing on minimal and low maintenance gardens, quality upgrades and plenty of living and entertaining options.
Pack your bags – it’s time to make the move.
HIGHLIGHTS: -Desirable neighbourhood -Walking distance to The Canberra Hospital, Woden Plaza and schools -Short drive to the City and Parliamentary Triangle -Excellent off-street parking for numerous types of vehicles -Renovated kitchen featuring: Caesarstone bench tops striking splashback double oven gas cooktop excellent storage -New plantation shutters -Large lounge and dining room -Open plan family room adjoining kitchen -Large rumpus with access to garage and rear yard -All bedrooms oversized -Ducted gas heating -Evaporative cooling -Private covered entertaining deck with bench seating and storage -6 person spa -Wall, floor and ceiling insulation -Remote double garage with extra high ceiling -Easy care gardens -Underhouse storage -3000l water tank -Secure rear yard -Garden shed x 2 -Colorbond fences
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Block: 1 Section: 3 Block size: 856m² Living area: 206 m² Year Built: 1967 Unimproved Land value: $545,000 Land Rates: $3,589 per annum Land Tax: $5,611 per annum (only paid if leased)
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