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A dress circle location in the this premier garden suburb, situated opposite parkland in a sought after location and offering a desirable lifestyle near the lake, local parks, Royal Canberra golf course and cycle paths. An extended family home offered to market for the first time in 65 years. Enter to a spacious lounge and dining room featuring sash windows, opening to a large pergola covered courtyard, ideal for casual entertaining. A good size timber kitchen and meals area is the centre point for this family friendly home. Segregated master bedroom with ensuite and two more double bedrooms and bathroom. Stroll to popular local shops and minutes to the Parliamentary Triangle and City. The opportunity is unlimited to renovate or build your dream home near the lake.
Features: • Character filled family home on north facing land. • Ducted gas heating. • Split system air conditioning in lounge and main bedroom. • Formal lounge/dining room. • Feature timber kitchen with servery. • Main bedroom with built-ins and ensuite. • Two further double bedrooms with built-ins and bay windows. • Three-way family bathroom. • Rear covered terrace. • Double carport with automatic roller door. • Large storage shed/workshop. • Walking distance to Yarralumla playing fields, Primary School, Yarralumla Shops and Lake Burley Griffin.
Block: 33 Section: 21 Living area size: 160m2 (approx) Block size: 621 m2 Rates: $1,270 per quarter (approx) Land tax: $2,115 per quarter (approx)
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