Block size: 258 m² approx.Townhouse size: 134 m² approx.UV: $340,000 (2019)
A Hidden GemInspections Will Delight!
This well-located single-level townhouse in a small complex with no body corporate fees, located on a corner block within walking distance to beautiful Mount Majura Nature Reserve, local parks, schools, and playgrounds; offers an exceptional entry level opportunity for a couple/small family, and could also suit downsizers and investors.
Surprisingly spacious, with an innovative U-shaped design and a delightful central private courtyard; the home is complete with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen with adjacent dining, formal lounge, separate laundry, double carport and circa 1972 has an abundance of charm and warmth, there's even a mountain view!
In good condition with potential to update to enhance value and appeal; features include recently installed reverse cycle air-conditioning in kitchen/dining, ducted gas heating, stainless steel dishwasher, upright electric oven/cooktop, separate bath and shower in main bathroom, quality window furnishings, security screen door to deck, and a well-designed floor plan with great separation between the ensuited master bedroom and other two bedrooms. With double brick walls it is also well insulated for all-season comfort.
The courtyard is the piece de resistance, with a timber deck perfect for BBQ's, and a paved multipurpose space with established shrubs - this is a cosy, inviting space that is really the centrepiece of the home; all your relaxation and entertaining needs can be accommodated out here in comfort and privacy. It is like a leafy outdoor living room!
In a quiet family-friendly neighbourhood, just footsteps to Tryon Street Playground and Blue Gum Primary; and only a short walk to the local IGA, cafes, and the scenic walking trails of Mount Majura Nature Reserve - plus, just a short drive to Australian Catholic University, Dickson College, Our Lady of Our Rosary School and 14 minutes to Canberra's CBD, this is a lovely place to live and invest for all ages, and all stages of life.
With interest rates remaining at historically low levels and some government incentives for first home buyers - the sooner you start climbing the property ladder the better. Buy today and you can hold your housewarming in the New Yearchill the champagne, and welcome home.
Property features: * Entry level opportunity shines * Unique U-shape design * 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms * 2 car accommodation * R/C air-conditioning in kitchen/dining & ducted gas heating * Formal lounge, dining off kitchen * Private central alfresco courtyard * Townhouse in small complex * Single level living, easy-care * No body corporate fees * Good, comfortable condition * Potential to modernise/update * Corner block, quiet neighbourhood * Walk to schools, parks, reserve * Also suited to downsizers or investors * Close proximity to local amenities * 14 mins to Canberra CBD * Something different, come & see!
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