Positioned in one of Curtin's most desirable tree lined loop streets, this well-presented extended home is surrounded by other quality builds and has plenty of potential both inside and out. Boasting a feeling of space, warmth, and family values throughout with large windows and open plan family living areas.
The immense living area at the front of the home is ideal for all occasions. The functional kitchen opens seamlessly to the meals area that extends to elevated sitting room / master bedroom. Accommodation is provided by four generously sizes bedrooms, master with ensuite. This home not only offers character and warmth but is nestled in private well landscaped gardens adding extra charm and appeal. The outdoors is sure to be enjoyed with the private backyard.
An inspection is highly recommended, potential aplenty
Features include: Sought after suburb Quiet loop street Immense open plan living area Functional solid timber kitchen Original bathroom Gas heating Oversize single carport Established garden Stroll to local parkland, schools and shopping centre Within minutes to Woden and Canberra City Short walk to Curtin Primary School and Holy Trinity Primary School Stroll to bus stop to several private schools in Canberra Potential to further improve
Land size: 664 sqm UCV: $592,000 Rates: $3,829 pa EER: 1.0
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