Block size: 1136 m² approx.House size: 144 m² approx.UV: $884,000 (2019)
Time for a New Family to Create Loving Memories
This is not just a house, it's a home. If the walls could talk it would tell the story of a family's life from a simpler time. When children would play outside all day with the other neighbourhood kids, returning from the bush beyond the back fence in time for lunch, sometimes with a scraped knee, sometimes covered in dirt, but always with a grin and a story about the days adventure so far. Maybe it's because this home has been in the same family since the 1960's, but the sense of warmth and loving memories is almost tangible.
It's time for a new family to become the custodians of 270 Duffy Street and to add their story to this special home. Family time around the fire in winter, barbecues on the back patio in warmer months. Birthday parties in the backyard and evening walks along the bush trails at the back of Duffy Street.
Inside, it's bright and homely. There have been improvements made over the years including the kitchen and bathroom but it’s the extension that has made the most difference, adding a second family space with huge floor to ceiling windows and direct access to the patio out back.
Beyond the home, Ainslie has a charm and character all of it's own. Eclectic housing, an historic aesthetic, great schools and vibrant local shops, all flanked by bushland and the City. It's easy to see why living in Ainslie is a common aspiration among Canberran's.
Come home to a simpler life! Make sure you inspect this endearing home as soon as possible.
Give Stephen Bunday a call today 0416 014 431
- 3 Bedrooms, 2 with built-in robes - Fully renovated bathroom - 1960's home plus extension in 1970's - Massive 1,136m2 block backing reserve - Kitchen renovation in 1990's (new benchtops in 2016) - Separate lounge and dining - Family room with slow combustion heating - Reverse-cycle heating and cooling plus slow combustion - Electric hot water - Carpet and slate flooring - Tandem garage with auto door - Lovely small, sunny hardwood deck off the sunroom - Security system - Been in the same family since new!
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