This is a fantastic option to buy into the thriving Bungendore market at an affordable price.
Ideal for an investor or an owner occupier looking to purchase now but move in next year, the property is currently leased until may 2020.
Beautifully renovated on the inside an astute purchaser could definitely add some value by giving the property an external face lift to realise its full potential.
Boasting an ambience rarely found in the city and synonymous with what people love about older homes in Bungendore, this lovely 3 bedroom cottage has numerous period features including picture rails, timber floors, wood fire, as well as modern conveniences such as ducted heating.
The lucky new owners will enjoy a fantastic central village location within extremely close proximity to shops, school, local cafes and restaurants and the famous Village Antique Shop.
Indoor living is supplemented with a covered deck off the back of the home which looks out to the rear yard, which also includes a garage.
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