The proverbial 'worst house in the best street', offering superb potential, appealing to renovators and young families, this is your chance to take advantage of the location and renovate, extend or start with a clean slate and level site to design your dream home. Situated with easy access to Belconnen Way, and only 2.5km from the shopping mecca of Belconnen Town Centre, with its bustling cafes, restaurants, cinemas and exciting lifestyle options this home is waiting to be brought back to its former glory. Being offered for sale for the first time in 38 years, providing generous living areas, a spacious solid Tasmanian Oak kitchen, three large bedrooms with built in robes, another bedroom/study, two bathrooms, a sunny balcony with fantastic garden views, downstairs rumpus room, and a double car garage to complete this package. This property presents considerable upside, being priced well below comparable properties in this suburb. - Offers considerable potential to value add - Large block just moments from Belconnen Town Centre - 231sqm of internal area including down stairs rumpus - Solid Tasmanian Oak kitchen - Solid hard wood flooring underneath existing carpets - Large double garage with workshop - Superb location in a lovely shaded and quiet street
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