Block size: 365 m² approx.House size: 99 m² approx.UV: $250,000 (2019)
A true renovator's delight with endless potential
This home represents true value for money. Sure, it needs a bit of work on the inside but if you are not afraid of a bit of hard work then you will be rewarded for your efforts.Situated on a corner block with views of the Ngunnawal Hill Reserve, this home is private yet offers plenty of sunlight through the large windows in the open plan living area.
If you aren't a gardener, then don't worry. Freshly mulched at the front, it ensures the upkeep is kept to a minimum. The back garden is landscaped with raised garden beds with an established veggie garden.
There is a single lock up garage but also room for an additional car behind the secure gate across the driveway, offering total privacy & security. Once the gate is secure, it opens up your options for outdoor living, linking the covered alfresco area to the back garden.
The owner has built a large shed next to the garage, providing a multipurpose area with internal access to the garage & the home.
The Ngunnawal Hill Reserve is only 100m away offering you easy access to Gungahlin's recreational areas via the many bike paths. The Gungahlin Golf Course is a short 5 min walk away.
If you are looking for a house that you can move into now and renovate at your own pace, then this could work for you.
Features: - Secure parking for 2 cars - Covered pergola - Large windows - Raised garden beds in backyard - Private back garden - Views of the Ngunnawal hill Reserve - Quiet street
Essentials: - EER: 4 - Living area: 99m - Block: 365 m - Garage:23m - Land tax (investors only): $2,549 p.a. approx - Rates: $2,084 p.a. approx - Age: 1994
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