This single-level, three-bedroom, one-bathroom residence is located in a quiet tree-lined street, in the very sought-after inner-north.
Ideal for a family, this home is super convenient, with light-filled living spaces, a master bedroom and two other bedrooms. The recently renovated kitchen and laundry feature stone bench tops. The interiors, with floating floors throughout, seamlessly flow into indoor/outdoor areas that you can enjoy all year round. The veranda at the front of the house is a great spot to relax and enjoy north facing views of George Cross Park.
At the rear garden, you'll enjoy an expansive wooden deck with large awning. This house also provides two large water tanks, 20 solar panels and a one car garage.
This is the perfect opportunity for those looking to buy in a premium Campbell location. This property is within close distance to schools, the War Memorial, ANU, City, Russell Offices, Parliamentary Triangle, Lake Burley Griffin and Mount Ainslie.
• Renovated kitchen and laundry with stone bench tops • Two large water tanks • 20 solar panels • Three bedrooms • One bath • Floating floor through out • Light filled • Large front veranda • One car garage • Sail for car protection • Expansive wooden deck with large awning at the rear garden • Gas heating • House overlooking the George Cross Park • C5 Precinct lined with cafes and restaurants • EER 1
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