Living here you will shift back to the connected lifestyle our grandparents so often talked about; befriend your neighbour, support your local and love your community.
32 Swinden Street is well located on a generous corner block, only a stone's throw away from Downer's light rail stop. Once inside, you know it is a home that has been loved - it is a place to relax, a beautiful place to live and a welcoming place for family and friends.
Large picture windows and orientation allow the home to be filled with natural light, and the mature gardens offer leafy aspects. The functional floorplan offers four bedrooms, open-plan lounge and dining, updated kitchen and easy connection to the outdoors.
A leisurely Sunday breakfast or drinks on a warm summer evening will be enjoyed on the north facing deck. The rear yard is a perfect spot for kids and chooks, the easy-care garden is a dream.
I love Downer! It is a suburb with strong community spirit and a sense of family. The rejuvenated local shops are making it a cool spot to be, especially as its central location in the heart of the Inner North means everything is in arm's reach.
features .much loved four bedroom family home .established 722m2 parcel of land .well-located, only a short walk to the end of the street to catch the light rail .sunny front deck tucked behind mature trees .open plan living with timber floors, original fireplace, gas wall heater and expansive glass windows .updated Thor's Hammer kitchen with feature green tile – I love it! Stainless steel and timber bench tops, good storage, gas cooktop and dishwasher .three good sized bedrooms to the rear of the home .segregated master bedroom/rumpus room with lovely garden views .original bathroom .original laundry .private backyard with garden shed, chook pen, bamboo hedge, fig tree and grass area .NBN connected .moments from excellent local schools and shops, bike paths, Dickson oval, GangGang cafe, The Village Vet and public transport while being just a short drive to the city, ANU and sporting facilities
EER: 1 Living size: 128m2 Land size: 722m2 Land rates: $3,582 Land value: $554,000
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