Following the Canberra Red Brick pathways, through the enchanting established gardens a charming Reid residence awaits.
With heritage features including terracotta roof tiles, high ceilings, picture rails and exposed brick.
The northerly sun to the rear ensures all the living areas are filled with sunlight. With a formal entrance way, leading into the formal lounge with fireplace that opens into the sun room with feature exposed brick walls.
The meals and family room adjoin the kitchen and overlook the expansive entertainment deck.
Four bedrooms, two bathrooms all surrounded by gorgeous gardens and private entertainment areas placed on a beautiful block of over 1000m2 (approx.).
An opportunity to purchase a gorgeous family home that accommodates perfectly as is but also offers great potential for future enhancements.
Positioned idyllically in Reid offering a lifestyle of peace and tranquillity paired with the benefits of being located on the fringe of Canberra City.
Features: -1045m2 block -Circa 1927 -Northerly sun to the rear -Terracotta rooftiles -Double brick construction -Use of Canberra Red Brick's throughout the garden -Established gardens filled with beautiful roses -Four bedrooms (three with ceiling fans) -Two bathrooms -Separate laundry -Entrance portico -Formal entrance -Formal lounge with fireplace -Sun room with exposed brick walls and a divine garden outlook -Meals and family room -Kitchen with generous storage -Single garage -Alarm system -Ducted gas heating -Reverse cycle unit & gas wall heater in kitchen -10,000L water tank -Walk to the War Memorial, Lake Burley Griffin, Mt Ainslie, -Russell Offices and into Canberra City EER: 3.5 Land Rates: $6383 Land Size: 1045m2 UCV: $1,080,000
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