Block size: 964 m² approx.House size: 204 m² approx.UV: $950,000 (2019)
Character, Charming, Central
A charming, 1960’s classic beauty which has grown and been cleverly extended and modernised with this wonderful family over the past 50 years. Framed by a garden oasis with pops of colour everywhere, the winding path leads up to the front verandah and entrance. A formal lounge at the front of the home links with the formal dining room and through to the additional sunroom with uninterrupted views to Mount Ainslie. Central to the home is the large functional kitchen with timber cabinetry and electric appliances.
Three bedrooms all with built in robes flow off the main hallway and share the main bathroom. A fourth bedroom, also with built in robes, is at the rear of the home with access to the two-way bathroom plus an extra rumpus/family room with built in timber desk and shelving unit also has access to the central passage adjoining the deck. Entertain on the timber deck and enjoy the tranquil rear garden with winding garden beds and beautifully maintained lawn.
Robust in its construction, this home is centrally located within walking distance to schools, Campbell shops, Mt Ainslie Bush Reserve and convenient access to the City Centre, Majura Park shopping precinct and the airport.
• Built in 1962, extended in 1969 and 2001, offered for the first time in 50 years, over 200m2 of living space • Functional floorplan with L-shaped formal and dining room plus sunroom • Centrally positioned kitchen with separate laundry and utilities cupboard • Four bedrooms, two bathrooms plus two informal living spaces, quality ceiling speakers and sound system • Ducted gas heating and reverse cycle air conditioning, thermal ceiling insulation and wall insulation in extension • Double brick construction, a combination of single- and double-glazed windows, alarm, broadband fibre connection to the house with very fast and reliable connections • Timber entertaining deck overlooking tranquil rear garden and views to Mount Ainslie • Single garage, 964m2 block, beautiful gardens with camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas, japanese maple, silver birch, hellebores and diosmas • Gardens are largely self-care with eight irrigation stations and three hoselinks, 15,000L water bladders under the deck for irrigation purposes, space used for a herb garden close to the house
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