Representing an excellent opportunity to secure an entry level townhouse in the Yarralumla Bay estate, this single level home offers something for everyone. Whether you're downsizing, first home buying, investing or looking for an opportunity to enter the suburb at an affordable price, 21/51 Musgrave Street is a must for your private inspection list.
This well presented property is within easy walking distance of open parkland, bike and walking paths, beautiful mature trees, and the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. The Yarralumla local centre is only moments away and has a vibrant village atmosphere which offers a mix of retail and professional offices, including an IGA supermarket and popular cafes.
Inside, the home offers two generously sized bedrooms, two bathrooms (main and ensuite), an open living and dining which are visually separated by a cosy open fireplace, and a separate kitchen with excellent storage and bench space. There's a full sized laundry, and in the middle of the home is a lovely light filled internal atrium with windows on three sides to allow lots of light in, even on a dull day.
A double garage with remote door and built in storage, opens through to a private entry courtyard with lockable gate and covered walkway to the front door. At the back of the property, the main courtyard has an elevated patio and external gate to the residents' walkway behind.
Features include: - Single level townhouse in the well regarded 'Yarralumla Bay' estate - Double garage with remote access door and built in storage - 2 bedrooms, each with built-in robes - Main bedroom with ensuite and direct access to rear patio - Spacious living and dining - Internal courtyard brings light throughout the home - Private gated entry to the home - Electric heating and open fireplace in the living - Main bathroom includes bath tub - Separate laundry room - Kitchen offers excellent bench space and storage - Electric wall oven, grill and hotplates - Excellent location, just a short walk to Lake Burley Griffin and Yarralumla shops - One of Canberra's most historic, beautifully planned and sought after suburbs
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