First Home, Investment Property or Renovation Property
This lovely three bedroom house is the perfect place if you are looking for your first home, and investment property, or looking to downsize. With floorboards throughout the living & family room and kitchen and three carpeted bedrooms this house could be the home for you.
With a great size living and family room, you will enjoy time with the family without feeling cramped. With ceiling fans and reverse cycle air conditioning you will be comfortable all year round as you try to stay out of the heat in the summer and the cold in the winter.
The kitchen is of reasonable size with ample amounts of cupboard space, as well as an electric oven and cook-top.
The garage has been converted into another room and storage area which could easily be converted back into a functional garage.
With easy to maintain back and front gardens and an undercover area out the back, you will enjoy your time outside in the beautiful Canberra weather.
Reverse cycle air conditioner Gas water heater Ceiling fans Electric oven and cooktop Built-in robes Spa bath & two-way access to bathroom Under cover pergola Colorbond fencing Garage converted into another room and storage space Living size: 104.9sqm • Body Corp fees: $1,745.68 p.a • Rates: $2,158.30 p.a EER: 3.0
Close to schools, childcare, shops, public transport and playing fields, don't delay, come and have a look at this quaint home today.
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