Set in a quiet loop street location this could be the one that you have been looking for. Ideal for the family or renovator looking for a home with structural integrity but in original condition where you can make it your "forever home".
It offers 4 well-proportioned bedrooms, lounge room with great street and garden views, dining, sun room and a rear deck that looks out upon the large but private back yard. Who knows, you may like to extend the home as well and let's face it there is plenty of room for you to do so.
Other features include ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, double garage underneath and storage. You are close to nature reserve that leads you to local schools, shops and the Canberra Hospital and onto the Red Hill reserve that surrounds the Federal Golf Club.
A blank canvas is the best way to describe this home that has been in the hands of the current owners since approximately 1965 and whilst it needs refreshing and renovating the possibilities and opportunities are yours for the taking.
Don't delay your inspection as interest is sure to be high so make sure you add this home to your inspection list for this coming weekend! Outgoings:
General Rates: $915 p/qtr (approx.) Land Tax: (if rented out) $1437 p/qtr (approx.) UV: $580,000 Block Size: 930m2 (approx.) House Size: 150m2 (approx.) Constructed: 1964
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