Block size: 471 m² approx.House size: 96 m² approx.UV: $555,000 (2019)
Make your mark in a highly sought-after, historic Inner South Canberra suburb
Positioned in a beautiful tree-lined leafy street in Narrabundah, is this spacious 2-bedroom home on a 471m² block. In need of renovation throughout, this home is ideal for those searching for an entry-level property within one of Canberra's most sought-after suburbs.
Perfectly located in the beautifully established Inner South, this property is close to a range of amenities & well renowned schools including the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets, Canberra Airport, Griffith Shops, Narrabundah Shopping Centre, St Edmund’s College & St Clair’s College. Additionally, you are only a short drive to the myriad of bustling cafés, restaurants, bars & shops that are located just down the road on The Kingston Foreshore.
With a desirable North facing block, 14 Warrimoo Crescent offers the savvy renovator a solid foundation complemented with a practical floor plan, large family & dining area, generous sized kitchen, ample storage space throughout & an enormous main bedroom with a built-in robe.
Much like inside, the backyard presents a blank canvas to either extend the original dwelling or create a new sanctuary befitting of the already established tree-lined street.
A rare opportunity to start from scratch in one of Canberra's most sought-after locations.
Features: - Vacant possession - 96m² of internal living - 471m² block in the established leafy suburb of Narrabundah - Large blank canvas backyard - Renovator's delight with plenty of potential - Other brand new & renovated homes in the area
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