Offered for the first time to market, this beautifully presented and lovingly maintained four-bedroom, one-bathroom home has been in the same family from day one and reflects a certain warmth that you don't find in new builds. Positioned to capture the best of the views, on the high side of a quiet and pretty, tree-lined loop street, you will be impressed with the freshly painted interior, the solid quality of the home and it's immaculate presentation. It's a hidden gem waiting for another loving family to fall in love with it and enhance its already pleasing features.
Newly revealed and highly desired Tasmanian Oak floorboards feature throughout the formal living areas and continue through to the four spacious bedrooms, two with built-in wardrobes. Modern double roller blinds adorn the windows offering privacy, yet allowing lovely light to flood the rooms. The kitchen, laundry and bathroom are in original but well maintained condition and offer the opportunity to design the areas to your own specifications. Established terraced gardens surround the fabulous outdoor entertaining area with an overhead pergola, and provide the perfect safe play area for both kids and pets. A separate and solid brick workshop is an added bonus for those with a hobby or those who like to tinker. There is also a garden shed and double carport.
- Solid brick, four-bedroom home with leafy green outlook, set on the high side of a quiet loop street - Welcoming formal entry with screen door and deadlock - Light-filled formal lounge with large windows and leafy green outlook - Formal dining room - Functional kitchen with views across backyard, freestanding gas oven and cooktop, double sink and ample storage cupboards - Laundry is adjacent to kitchen with backyard access, attached cupboards and handy shower facility - Master bedroom faces the front of the property and features built-in wardrobe with dresser - Bedroom two is a mirror image of bedroom one with outlook towards back yard - Bedroom three and four also face the front of the property - Original bathroom has separate shower, vanity, bath and wall heater - Separate toilet - Large double linen press in hallway - Backyard features paved entertainment area with pergola, pretty curved landscaped garden beds and rock walls, beautiful trees for shade, garden shed, paling fences and large brick workshop - Under-house storage - Double carport - Outside awnings on westerly facing windows
- Ducted gas heating - Evaporative cooling - Off street parking and circular driveway - Parkland nearby - Close to amenities including public transport, schools, Cooleman Court Shopping Centre and a short drive to the City Centre, Woden Town Centre, Canberra Hospital and the Tuggeranong Town Centre - Built: House: 1970 Carport and brick storeroom: 1978 - Living area: 125m2 - EER: 0.5 - Rates: $2,727 p.a. - Rental Potential: $570 - $590 pw - Land tax if rented out: $3, 865 p.a.
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