Auction Location: LJ Hooker Auction HQ - 182 - 200 City Walk, Canberra City ACT 2601.
Perfectly positioned on a quiet loop street this three bedroom former Government residence is set on a generous allotment of over 800m2 and, with vacant possession available, is the perfect opportunity for first home owners, families or investors alike to gain an entry level foothold in the increasingly popular Kaleen area.
The house is generously sized with over 100m2 of living space including a sun filled, open plan, kitchen, lounge and dining area. The three bedrooms are a good size (all with built-in robes) and the bathroom is complete with full size shower, bath and the added benefit of a separate toilet. Your year round comfort is ensured with a reverse cycle split system that, with the added benefit of a 1.6kW solar array, is also a cost-effective utility.
This property really does have something for everyone. It provides an exceptional opportunity to purchase a property you can just move into and enjoy with the scope to renovate or extend or for the investor looking to build a portfolio in a location sure to appreciate over time. But for this to happen you'll need to come to the next open home - our owner is ready to sell on or before the auction!
Features: Generous 816m2 block Single garage plus utility door and storage shed Reverse cycle split system air conditioning Gas cooktop and electric oven Open plan kitchen, dining and living areas 8 panel, 1.6kW, solar array Quiet loop street Only minutes to Belconnen, Dickson and the City Centre Close to St. Michaels Primary, Kaleen Primary, Kaleen High School, Radford College and The University of Canberra
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