This single level dual occupancy home is ideal for those who want a solidly built property adjacent to one of Yarralumla's main green belts. The location provides a casual, meandering stroll through the suburb to the Lake and its many reserves. The shops, located in a slightly different direction, provide a variety of services and are just three blocks away. This is an original home on a 1201M2 block and has a street frontage. It has been recently renovated and its design has changed over the years to open up the living area to the northerly sun. The siting of this dual occupancy property meant that when the Unit Title was established, an additional area of land at the rear of the block was allocated as part of this home's Entitlement - great for a vegetable patch or relaxing under the established fruit trees, a very rustic feel. The other uses are parking a boat, caravan or such like. There is a front courtyard off the main bedroom and also north-facing patio, again enclosed by a brick wall for privacy, and accessed from the living area. This single level, sunny and bright home will suit those seeking a townhouse in this desirable suburb and suberb location.
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