Block size: 607 m² approx.House size: 119 m² approx.UV: $773,000 (2019)
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If you are looking to move to the Inner South, look no further. This freshly updated red brick three-bedroom home in a peaceful street location is waiting for its next family to move in. Kept in the same family for 63 years this classic Canberra home has seen three generations live and grow over the years and is now ready to be passed onto the next family.
This warm and inviting home is full of character and would suit a couple or a small family. It has three large bedrooms, two with built in robes, two bathrooms and a wonderful kitchen that you will fall in love with. The dining and lounge room is perfect for family living with large windows allowing all directions of sunlight to beam through all while overlooking the front garden.
The sun-filled study combined laundry area to the rear offers a bathroom and opens to the outdoor entertaining deck. From here relax and look out over the backyard, which is large enough for children to play, yet small enough to be easy care. If you’re one of the lucky ones that is gifted with a green thumb there is a workshop and a garden shed for extra storage.
A quiet haven in a sought-after neighbourhood that’s minutes away from shopping at Manuka and Kingston, and walking distance to Deakin shops, cafes and quality schools.
Features Include: - Freshly updated throughout and ready for immediate move in - In the same family for 63 years - Updated kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher - Sunlit lounge and dining room with a leafy outlook - Gas heater in lounge and electric heater in the kitchen - Three generous bedrooms, two with built-in robes - Updated main bathroom with bath and shower - Study combined laundry with bathroom - Outdoor timber deck plus paved patio - Workshop/storeroom - Garden shed - Open car space - Surrounded by lush gardens and a range of mature trees including Citrus trees
Come and view this simply charming and iconic Deakin home, it is sure to capture your heart.
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