Block size: 656 m² approx.House size: 142 m² approx.UV: $690,000 (2019)
Under a gorgeous canopy of Oaks, adjacent to the local park and just minutes to Red Hill Primary, St Benedict’s Primary School and Narrabundah College, this perfectly charming double brick cottage enjoys a sunny north westerly aspect to the rear and is the perfect entry point into ever popular Narrabundah. Representing classic Inner South old world charm, gorgeous original features include timber awning windows, polished pine floors, ornate mantle with timber fireplace and teardrop glass hanging lights either-side.
Neat and functional, each bedroom offers good storage and leafy garden views, whilst the living zone is also light filled with a traditional ‘L’ shaped lounge divided by the fireplace, through to an extended dining room and big eat in kitchen to the rear. Private child friendly gardens are not fussy, yet richly planted and nicely established with a wisteria covered pergola. Super convenient, enjoy being walking distance to Canberra's top primary and secondary schools, public transport, the trendy local cafes, and also easy Airport access.
• Great building block with north west to the rear • Extended eat-in kitchen, 900mm gas cooktop, wall oven, view to the back garden • Retro original bathroom, but all in very good order, big laundry with external access • Polished timber floors, timber awning windows • Ducted heating plus two reverse cycle air conditioning units - in the living and master bedroom • Master bedroom with walk in robe, opens through French doors to the back • Walking distance to Canberra's top primary and secondary schools, public transport, trendy local cafes and easy access to CBD and airport
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