This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase a large 890 sqm block and house situated in one of Canberra's most desired suburbs. The location is 37 Sturt Avenue, Narrabundah, which has enormous potential and it will be up to the new owner to decide how they wish to fulfil it.
Narrabundah is such a strongly sought-after suburb due to many reasons, including large block sizes common for the suburb, the quiet leafy streets, the overall convenience of being in the Inner South, as well as proximity to the local schools and shops that are nearby. Being located close to the Parliamentary Triangle, the City Centre, The Kingston Foreshore, Manuka and Woden makes this property ideal.
This charming red brick home will appeal to families, downsizers, renovators and investors alike. Don't miss out on inspecting this gem, contact Patrick Bergman to arrange a viewing or come along to one of the many open homes.
Auction 14th of December at 11:00am
Internal house size approx 120.39 m2 Unimproved land value $786,000 General rates approx. $1231.46 per quarter Land Tax approx. $2022.65 per quarter if rented.
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