**PLEASE NOTE: A CONTRACT WILL NOT BE ISSUED PRIOR TO AN INSPECTION OF THE PROPERTY**
Positioned on a beautifully landscaped 525 sqm parcel of land in a quiet, tightly held cul-de-sac, this renovated character cottage is an ideal entry level home into one of Canberra's most desirable suburbs.
A short stroll to the wonderful restaurants and cafes of the Narrabundah shops, the Fyshwick markets, excellent schools and parkland, it is ideally located for a wonderful lifestyle.
Property features: Quiet cul-de-sac location Steel frame construction Freshly painted throughout New carpet Robes in all bedrooms Laminate flooring in the kitchen and laundry Reverse cycle aircon in the living room and the master bedroom Gas log fire Rinnai instantaneous gas hot water Separate toilet Separate laundry Gorgeous low maintenance cottage garden Child and pet friendly yard with new colour bond fencing Storage sheds Single carport and off street parking Close to parkland and recreational areas A short stroll to the fabulous Narrabundah shops, Fyshwick markets and excellent schools
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