Block size: 250 m² approx.House size: 123 m² approx.UV: $250,000 (2019)
Affordable separate title house in Harrison
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This light-filled delightful home offers three bedrooms all with built-in robes, open plan living with porcelain tiled floor, spacious kitchen with gas cooktop and plenty of storage space. Extra large garage with internal access. Separate title, no body corporate to pay.
Low maintenance backyard, with mature roses, raised garden beds ready for your summer crop, backyard accessible from the garage.
Located on a quiet street, within walking distance to two good local schools, shops, and the light rail station. Easy access to Gungahlin/Civic via light rail, or to Costco and IKEA via horse park drive.
A house like this doesn't come on the market very often, this is a wonderful opportunity to secure your own family home in Harrison at an affordable price.
Ideal first home or investment opportunity Three generous sized bedrooms all with built-in robes Spacious north facing living area Modern kitchen with breakfast bar, dishwasher, gas cooktop Porcelain tiled throughout Large backyard with raised vegetable garden Low maintenance block Extra large single lock up garage with internal access Solar hot water Ducted heating Close to schools, local shop and light rail
Living area: 123 m2 Block size: 250 m2 EER: 6
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