Renovated double-storey, red brick duplex in prime Inner South location ready for the new owner to move into or an astute investor to lease out. Upon entry through a lead light front door, a light filled living space with fireplace and floating timber floors welcomes you to this character and potential packed property. French doors lead into a north east facing large eat-in kitchen, with timber cabinetry and private garden views. Adjoining is a separate laundry with great storage. At the top of the original timber staircase there are two beautiful big bedrooms, both with built in robes, lovely elevated treetop district views and a modest but clean and functional main bathroom. A neutral pallet throughout enables the buyer to make it their own, enhancing the charming original features and the super solid double brick construction, or possibly add on a fabulous extension to add further value to this lovely property in time.
• Solar panels, with approximately 10 years remaining on the rebate contract • Rinnai hot water system, gas cooking • Original sash windows, solid fuel stove with ornate fireplace, floating timber floors to living • Large, level landscaped garden with outdoor setting, feature shade trees and flowering shrubs • Close to Manuka and Kingston precincts as well as St Clare’s, St Edmunds, Narrabundah College and Red Hill Primary schools, easy walk to Fyshwick markets • Exterior shade blinds to increase energy efficiency, ceiling fans for airflow
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