Block size: 450 m² approx.House size: 120 m² approx.On floor: 1 of 1
On offer is a unit title property in a quiet tree lined street on the Turner side of O'Connor. A three bedroom home with ensuite, approximately thirty years old and features 120sqm of living, three bedrooms, master with ensuite, kitchen and dining, separate family room, rumpus room, gas furnace heating plus double carport and workshop shed. Located within walking distance to O'Connor shops, ANU and CSIRO.
House Brick veneer.
Situated between O'Connor and Turner. Owner occupied.
Unit titled with new crown lease of up to 99 years.
Block size approx 450 sqm
House size approx 120 sqm
3 bedrooms with build ins
1 bathroom, 1 en suite
Rumpus room/tea room
Two Separate north facing entry doors
Dual furnace gas heating
Large potential vegetable garden
Double car port and workshop shed
Potential for decorating or renovating
No Body corporate fees for common property between neighbouring unit.
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Block size: 450m² (approx)
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