How does leaving the car at home and really making the most of a location that affords you the opportunity to walk to almost every convenience you could want sound; schools, shops, restaurants, playing fields, Light Rail & bus stops, just to get started.
This very cool and cute home will give you all this and the opportunity to really establish yourself in the Inner North and realise the full potential of this home and neighbourhood. It has great bones, lovely outdoor areas to enjoy in any season plus scope to modernise further, it would be an amazing town house alternative without the ongoing costs of body corporate.
The owners are motivated to move the property, it’s currently tenanted but vacant possession is definitely possible. Please don’t miss the opportunity, pop into an open home or give me a call any time to discuss this O’Connor opportunity.
Property Features; - North facing home with sunny enclosed front courtyard - Rear yard with large entertaining deck + plenty of room for the kids to run & play - Full brick construction - Gas heating + R/C split system to living room - Kitchen has been opened up & integrates well with the living room - Single carport - Walk easily to Lyneham shops to enjoy a drink or meal at Tilley’s or appreciate the convenience of a local IGA. There are other eateries, newsagent, pharmacy, medical practice & much more. - Constructed; 1958 - Block; 663sqm - UV; $615,000 - Rates; $3,892 per annum - Land Tax; $6,205 per annum IF RENTED
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