Block size: 396 m² approx.House size: 103 m² approx.UV: $303,000 (2019)
You’d be hard pressed to find a more affordable 3 bedroom house in central Belconnen than this!
A single level separate title 3 bedroom house with segregated main bedroom, brand new paint & carpets in a quiet street with side vehicle access & room for a large garage is pretty rare these days.
This home is in good original condition, ideal for anyone wanting a property so close to everything the Town Centre offers with livability & flexibly high on the list of features this home presents.
Key figures (approx):
- Living area: 103m2 - Block size: 397m2 - Rates: $2,283pa - Land Tax (if rented): $2,903pa - Year of construction: 1987 - UCV: $303,000 - EER 3.5
- North facing - New paint & carpet - Side vehicle access - Space to build a garage in backyard - Segregated main bedroom - Great cross flow ventilation - Major bus routes on Dumas Crs - Vacant possession - Built in Robe to main bedroom - Space to build robes in bedrooms 2 & 3 - Gas hot water & heating
- 140m to Dumas St bus stop - 2min drive to Evatt Shops - 3min drive to Miles Franklin Primary School - 4min drive to St. Monica’s Catholic Primary School - 6min drive to Belconnen Town Centre - 11min drive to Gungahlin Town Centre - 15min drive to Canberra City *According to Google Maps
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