Attention Developers & Investors - Outstanding Opportunity in RZ4 Zoning
RZ4 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!!!
Perfectly positioned in one of Canberra's most convenient suburbs is this original yet immaculate home with huge development potential. Situated on a flat 784m2 block in the RZ4 zoning offers secondary potential to this home. Featuring a functional floor plan with solid bones, allowing you room to renovate or extend the home to your needs.
Boasting a spacious lounge and dining rooms with the comfort of a reverse cycle split system. Adjacent to the dining area is the large kitchen that overlooks the level rear yard. All of the bedrooms are very generous in size, the bathroom is in great condition plus there is a separate toilet.
The rear yard is large and level, and also boasts a detached enclosed single garage with a secure workshop and an undercover storage area.
Situated within walking distance to the light rail, parkland, playing fields, ANU, schools and walking/bike tracks. Within minutes to O'Connor's shopping district and the Canberra City, and with easy access to the Barton & Federal highways.
Features: - Zoning: RZ4 - Medium Density Residential - UCV; $761,000 - Block: 784m2 - Residence: 148.35m2 - Garage: 29m2 - Year built: 1964 - Rates: $4,605 pa - Large and level rear yard - EER: 0
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