Block size: 1021 m² approx.House size: 165 m² approx.UV: $1,180,000 (2019)
Stunning Family Entertainer
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A fresh family retreat of light and style, this four-bedroom residence has been tastefully updated to reveal expertly crafted and sophisticated interiors, while retaining its timeless period charm. This peaceful family haven offers stunning living spaces with good quality finishes and a layout for easy in/outdoor living. Designed by Canberra’s first residential architect, Ken Oliphant in 1946 it features bright interiors, private alfresco areas, natural light throughout, and is well-planned to provide a great home for the entertainer.
Inside there is a flowing single level floorplan with beautiful polished floorboards and separate living spaces that can be closed off. The family area is bathed in natural light and features a wood burning fireplace with an appealing marble mantel piece. Through to the centre of all entertainment; the kitchen, renovated with bright interiors and features an island bench, gas fittings plus great cupboard space. There are four generous bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes and two bathrooms both have separate toilets and display the original character of the home.
Embraced by the beautiful gardens, entertainers will love the rear outdoor area with a spacious alfresco deck, paved patio, pizza oven and in-ground chlorinated swimming pool. With an extra fenced backyard, large storage shed and mature fruit trees this is the complete package. There is also a patio and private grassed garden to the front of the home, as well as a lower level studio or teenagers retreat, storage room, double carport and single garage.
Wonderfully convenient, it’s close to all lifestyle amenities adding to the appeal of this smartly appointed residence. Strolling distance to schools, local parks and Manuka and Griffith shopping precincts.
Features Include: - Secure long-term tenant until February 2021 receiving $1,200 pw in rental income - Investment opportunity offers high rental yield - 1021m2 parcel of land - Flowing interiors with lounge, family and dining areas - BBQ deck plus private garden and swimming pool - Renovated kitchen featuring an island bench and a 5-burner gas cook top - Four good-sized bedrooms each have built-in wardrobes - Beautiful feature fireplace with marble mantel piece - Front patio with leafy views and private grassed garden - Establish gardens and mature fruit trees - Tree-lined street in a great suburb - Versatile studio/teenage retreat plus storeroom - Single lock-up garage and double carport - Fully fenced and security alarm
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