An exciting opportunity is now available to secure one of only three homes known to have a full size squash Court in Canberra. Set in a quiet loop street in a highly desirable pocket of Waramanga on a large 1,116sqm (RZ2 zoning) parcel of land, gives this home potential to extend, renovate or re-develop.
Being offered to the market for the first time in 50 years, this largely original home has a flexible floor plan that offers a north facing lounge and dining area, a generously proportioned meals area that connects seamlessly to the kitchen.
The main level accommodation is provided by four bedrooms, one with an ensuite and the 3 kids bedrooms are serviced by a main bathroom with bath tub and separate toilet. Downstairs is another bedroom and ensuite with built-in wardrobes and its own access - great parents or kids retreat!
Other features include easy care gardens and single garage. A short stroll to local shops, schools, parkland and within minutes to Woden and Civic. An outstanding opportunity awaits. Potential Aplenty.
Full size squash court with viewing gallery that could be used as a fitness studio, dance studio, storage room, base for home business 1,116m2 block RZ2 zoning - great potential Quiet family friendly loop Street Sun-filled living room Formal dining room Solar Hot Water System Meals area beside Kitchen Five bedroom, two ensuites Main original bathroom with bath tub Separate toilet Covered entertaining area with BBQ Good sized laundry with external access Slow combustion fire place Single garage Secure rear gardens Number of tool sheds / workshop areas Stroll to Shops & Schools
UCV: $431,000 Land size: 1,116 sqm Rates: $2,958 pa EER: 1.0
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