Butler Place offers residents the best of both worlds with peaceful surroundings, quality neighbours and nature reserve and bush walking tracks on your door step. Plus super trendy cafes and bars at C5 just a gentle stroll down the hill, and the upbeat life of the Nation’s Capital a short distance away. Beautifully elevated, the fan shaped block has been lovingly kept, with a garden that has all the elements, established flowering shrubs, some vivacious wisteria, and rolling lawns. The chookpen is built and occupied.
Showcasing unquestionable 60's charm this lovely old double brick four-bedroom home is overflowing with character and possibilities, offering the new owner a multitude of options to live-in or redevelop the exceptional 1365sqm parcel of land. Some love and hard work will uncover the real beauty that is here. Bring this great old home back to modern standards.
There are sought after schools in Campbell, such as Campbell Primary, Campbell High School and the prestige Australian National University nearby, plus all of the lifestyle benefits of being on the edge of the lake.
* Four big bedroom plus separate study/library downstairs with external access * Mostly original features with great potential for renovations, incredible untouched retro bathrooms * Oodles of storage under the home, sensational wine storage options, big double garage * Nature reserve at your doorstep, on the edge of the lake * Walking distance to local Campbell shops and Campbell Primary * Easy access to Canberra CBD, Russell offices and Calvary Private Hospital
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