This property is a great opportunity to position yourself close to the city in the conveniently located suburb of Lyneham. Walking distance to the popular Lyneham sporting grounds and local amenities, this home is perfect for a family with school aged children. This home is on a large, elevated block and offers views of the surrounding area, as well as a large backyard with endless possibilities.
Inside the property you will find a large, sun-drenched family & dining room with wooden floorboards, leading into a kitchen with gas cooking. Gas heating is ducted throughout the home to keep you warm in the cold Canberra winter. Everyone will have their own space with each of the three bedrooms offering built-in robes. Come along to an open home and see all that this property has to offer!
Features of the property include: - Ducted gas heating - Three bedrooms with built-in robes - Large backyard - Elevated block with views of surrounding area - Large family & dining with wooden floorboards - Sunny living spaces - Gas cooking - Close to the city - Large garage
Property information: - Internal living area: 94.5 m2 - Garage: 20 m2 - Block size: 641 m2 - Year built: 1964 - Orientation: North - Property type: House - Energy Efficiency Rating: 2.0
Property Type: House
chattels Remaining: Fixed Floor Coverings
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