If you think the photos look bad, wait until you see the house !
Situated in a quiet street in the ever popular inner-north suburb of Ainslie, this flat parcel of land with a small, knock-down home is available to the market and will be perfect for anyone looking to create your dream home in a sought-after, central Canberra suburb. Please note: this house is not heritage listed, so whole house can be demolished.
Located directly opposite a playground, oval and a short stroll to the Ainslie football club, shops, cafes and a short drive to the City Centre and Dickson. This is a great opportunity not to be missed, contact Adrian or Nick today for further information.
- Land Size: 1143m2 - UV: $809,000 - Rates: $4763 per annum - Construction of Original Home: 1947
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