Block size: 710 m² approx.House size: 96 m² approx.UV: $609,000 (2019)
Position and Potential
Updated character cottage in a central and sought-after location. Nestled on a beautifully private block with a northerly aspect, and overlooking the North Ainslie Primary School oval.
Bright main living room with elegant sash windows and feature timber flooring. Also three good size bedrooms, two with built-in robes, updated bathroom with separate toilet, large kitchen with freestanding gas cooktop and independent laundry. Ducted gas heating throughout, reverse cycle split system and brick fireplace to keep you comfortable all year round.
Sitting on an ample sized 711sqm block, this property represents an opportunity for a young growing family to extend, renovate or redevelop. This appealing address is ultra-convenient to fine dining, entertainment/shopping precincts, and excellent local schools.
Spacious living/dining area with open fire space Ducted gas heating and reverse cycle air cooling Good size bedrooms, two with built-in robes Updated bathroom and separate toilet Large backyard with enclosed fencing Views of Mt Ainslie Lock up garage
Close proximity to: North Ainslie Primary School Dickson and Daramalan Colleges Mt Ainslie reserve Vibrant Dickson shopping precinct
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School