Positioned within 200m of the Lyons Shops, this quiet tree-lined location emphasises all that living in the Woden Valley has to offer.
Immaculately presented, this home is in fantastic condition both inside and out and has been cared for since the original owner moved into the home in 1965.
The welcoming entrance and warmth of the home embraces the sense of history this home has experienced over the years. You will feel the love and joy this home has seen over time and will continue to enjoy for years to come with the next lucky family.
Boasting a large, yet manageable 755m2 parcel of land with the added versatility of an RZ2 zoning, the property allows for redevelopment should you decide.
Formal lounge and dining room with a gorgeous original kitchen overlooking the rear yard, bathroom, two car accommodation plus generous workshop storage facilities and internal laundry. Featuring three well-sized bedrooms and an additional large studio upstairs that could be easily transformed into a Master bedroom or parent retreat.
Located within walking distance to public transport, & quality primary & secondary schools, 9 Port Arthur Street provides a versatile floorplan with considerable scope for future improvement.
The established gardens are ideal for those seeking an outdoor lifestyle in the coming spring/summer months. If you have been searching for an affordable family home in a fantastic location then look no further!
Just a few features:
- RZ2 Zoning - Central Location - Easy Care Block - Mature gardens - Close to Lyons Shops - Backyard workshop - Meters from Lyons Primary School, close to local private schools
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