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29/24 Beazley Crescent, Calwell ACT 2905

Townhouse
2115.5
Block size: 397 m² approx.Townhouse size: 89 m² approx.

Home sweet home

Nestled in the corner of Beazley Crescent and adjacent parklands, public transport and at the fringe of Calwell lies this 2-bedroom single-level townhome in the Beazley Gardens complex.

Freshly painted and with new carpets thoughout an open-plan living room flows through the kitchen and onto the large rear courtyard. The courtyard is low maintenance, paved with a raised garden bed and is the perfect place to spark up the BBQ or sow in a few seasonal vegetables.

The original exceptional condition allows the new owners to move straight in and add their own personal touches – now or when the time's right! A generous lounge room is supported by a vast dining space together with a family room that flows to the outdoor covered entertaining area.

The bedrooms are segregated from the large living room, and both include built in robes and a further linen press is available for added storage.

The kitchen and bathroom are in original and excellent condition and include plenty of cabinets. The kitchen is supported with ample bench space and a large pantry.

A single carport provides complete undercover access to the home at the end of each day and the convenient storage room provides additional storage.

To arrange a time to view 29/24 Beazley Crescent, Calwell simply reach out to Lisa Silberberg on 0416227666.

The Perks:
• Single level with extensive courtyard
• Freshly painted with new carpets
• Easily adapted to create third bedroom
• Open plan design
• Low maintenance grounds
• Bedrooms with built-in robes
• Full laundry and linen press
• Original kitchen and bathroom
• Bedrooms with built-in robes
• Separate toilet
• Full laundry + linen press
• Reverse cycle heating and cooling
• Electric hot water
• Colorbond fencing
• Single carport
• Short drive to local schools and shops
• Easy access to Public transport

The Numbers:
• House: 89m² (approx)
• Carport & Store: 23m² (approx)
• Body Corp: $480 quarter (approx)
• EER: 5.5
• Year of construction: 1991
• Rates: $545 quarter (approx)
• Land Tax: $694 quarter, if rented (approx)
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Fast

Inspections

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Auction

Friday 1 March, 5:30pm
On site

Key details

Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Garage Spaces:
1
Property type:
Townhouse
Block Size:
397 *
EER:
5.5

Other Details

Block:
33
Section:
66
Subdivision:
29
Townhouse Size:
89 *
Legal description:
TUGG/CALW/66/33/29
nbn® availability:
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN)
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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Block information
Block 33 Section 66 Calwell
Block size: 397 (approx)
Legal description: TUGG/CALW/66/33/29
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What's nearby

Calwell PrimaryPrimary School
1.3km
Covenant CollegeHigh School
0.6km
The Canberra HospitalHospital
10.7km
Lanyon MarketplaceMajor Shopping Centre
1.7km
Australian National UniversityUniversity
18.2km
Mackillop CollegeCollege
2km
Lanyon Post OfficePost Office
1.7km
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe
10.4km

Property history

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Property History
12 Apr 2024
Sold at auction
The Property Collective
$519,000
Contract: 01/03/2024
Transfer: 12/04/2024
Listed: 07/02/2024
Days on market: 23
Block size: 15887.5m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
11 May 2021
Sold
$330,000
Contract: 15/04/2021
Transfer: 11/05/2021
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
14 Mar 2017
Sold
LJ Hooker Kippax
$319,950
Contract: 11/01/2017
Transfer: 14/03/2017
Listed: 07/12/2016
Days on market: 35
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
24 Oct 2015
Sold
Capital Residential
$292,000
Contract: 19/08/2015
Transfer: 24/10/2015
Listed: 19/05/2015
Days on market: 92
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
05 Jul 2005
Sold
$228,000
Contract: 28/04/2005
Transfer: 05/07/2005
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
27 Mar 1996
Sold
$89,000
Contract: 23/02/1996
Transfer: 27/03/1996
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling
11 Aug 1993
Sold
$113,000
Contract: 11/08/1993
Transfer: 11/08/1993
Block size: 15888m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling

Calwell suburb information

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SummaryMedian sales
Average Age
39 years
Population
5,730
Listing ID: 182277572. This listing has been viewed 2477 times. It was first displayed on 07/02/2024 and last updated on 02/04/2024.
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