The love affair continues. My affection and love for Canberra duplexes is no secret and I am sure my delight to have another beautiful two storey 1950's duplex is obvious.
I love the welcoming front facade, the covered awning above the front porch, breeze bricks and lovely timber and brick details throughout. The humble interiors compliment the beautiful solid timber floors with large windows to aspect to the gorgeous cottage gardens.
Efficiency of space, vaulted stairwell with sky window, light spilling in from the view looking through front to back, and creative renovations play on flexible living. Flowing indoor and outdoor spaces to the gorgeous sunny gardens offers so much to love!
A first inner north home or sound investment, a home to start you off or see your through, the potential is exciting.
The brilliant position close to Mt Majura, the local shops and the City makes this duplex the perfect pad to base yourself within the inner north.
.features .charming three-bedroom duplex .gorgeous views of Mount Majura .delightful kitchen with cork floors and gas cooktop .laundry with shower and toilet .lovely original bathroom .timber floating floors .energy efficient honeycomb blinds .external security blinds .instant gas hot water system .new gas wall heater .picturesque gardens with covered deck and an abundance of colourful flowers .raised vegetable gardens .single carport with gorgeous breeze blocks plus double metal garage .central location close to the local Hackett shops, schools and public transport
4.0 EER living 113 m2 (approx.) land rates $2983 pa (approx.) Built 1952 (approx.) block size 404 m2 (approx.)
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