If you're lucky enough to nab this Morphy Place home you will have scored one of Canberra's rare finds a north-facing single-level free-standing home with no body corporate. What's even more impressive is that it is in neat original condition and all set for someone to come in and turn it into their ultimate refuge.
The open-plan living and dining space is kept cosy in winter with a slow-combustion heater. In summer, reverse-cycle air-conditioning and a ceiling fan keep the heat at bay or you can throw open the doors to the private front courtyard and let the evening breeze flow through the home. There's a manageable rear garden and a lock-up single garage.
Whether an investor, downsizer or a couple just starting out, you'll love the home's peaceful complex with friendly neighbours who proudly care for their properties. Perfectly positioned between the tempting cafes and restaurants at the on-trend Aranda and Cook shops, you'll also be just minutes from Jamison Plaza, Belconnen, schools, universities and one short bus stop from the city.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROPERTY WILL GO TO AUCTION ON SATURDAY, 7TH OF DECEMBER ON SITE AT 10.30AM.
Features include: - north-facing single-level freestanding home - separate title - no body corporate fees - two bedrooms; both with built-in wardrobes - sun-drenched living room with reverse cycle air-conditioning and ceiling fan - open-plan kitchen and dining room - functional kitchen with electric cooktop and dishwasher - kitchen in original condition - bathroom in original condition with separate shower and new screen - slow combustion heater - single garage - peaceful location - lovely neighbourhood - garden offers potential
Year Built: 1979 UV: $355,000 Block Size: 292m2 Rates: $2,404 p.a Land Tax: $3,184 p.a
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