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50/12 Challis Street, Dickson ACT 2602

Townhouse
2224.5
Block size: 6167 m² approx.Townhouse size: 93 m² approx.UV: $6,745,000 (2023)

Abundantly Light-Filled and Beautifully-Presented Townhouse in the Heart of Dickson

Living in this super-conveniently located property in the heart of Dickson, all the lifestyle amenities that this bustling restaurant and retail precinct has to offer are at your fingertips. The home is located at the end of the Coventry complex, with its gorgeous central garden with timber walkways, quiet seating areas and fully matured trees, shrubs and bamboo providing a natural space that you get to enjoy on the way in and out.

Totally easy-care and modern, the home is designed for comfortable living over two levels. Opening the front gate on arrival you are greeted by a lovely courtyard with a design that immediately impresses. On the bottom level the open-plan north-facing dining and living space glows with abundant natural light from a wall of full-height glass, and flows out to a good-sized private balcony with a leafy backdrop and plenty of space for alfresco dining, relaxing and entertaining. While all windows and doors are double-glazed UPVC downstairs and Magnetitie perspex upstairs. The enhanced glazing is optimised for both sound and thermal insulation. The connected updated galley kitchen is well equipped with stone bench tops, Miele pyrolytic oven and induction cooktop, Bosch dishwasher and ducted range hood. Also on this level is the laundry with toilet.

The second level houses the north-facing main bedroom with wall-to-wall windows, built-in wardrobe and ensuite, and the second bedroom with its own ensuite. Both ensuites have been renovated – they are fully-tiled, have floating vanities, and the second bedroom's includes a bathtub. Interior comfort is enhanced by underfloor heating in the living zone and reverse-cycle units in the bedrooms, while all windows and doors are double-glazed UPVC. The property also comes with two secure car spaces (one of which has an electric car charger) plus a storage cage.

Features:
- Super convenient location, Dickson restaurants and shopping centre at your fingertips
- End townhouse
- Complex with beautiful central garden with timber walkways, quiet seating spots
- North-facing with abundance of natural light
- Enclosed front courtyard and good-sized private rear balcony
- Underfloor heating in living areas and reverse-cycle units in bedrooms
- Double-glazed windows and doors
- Two secure car spaces side by side (one with electric car charger)
- Rental appraisal of $700 to $750 per week

EER: 4.5
Living Size: 93m2, 19m2 balcony and 18m2 courtyard (approx.)
Rates: $1,980 p.a (approx.)
Body Corporate Fees: $8,222 p.a (approx.)
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Fast

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Auction

Saturday 16 March, 10:00am
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Key details

Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Garage Spaces:
2
Property type:
Townhouse
Block Size:
6167 *
EER:
4.5
Unimproved Value:
$6,745,000 (2023)

Other Details

Block:
3
Section:
34
Townhouse Size:
93 *
Rates (Residential):
$36,201*
Rates (Commercial):
$356,401*
Rates (Rural):
$6,150*
Land Tax (Residential):
$75,365*
Legal description:
CANB/DICK/34/3
nbn® availability:
nbn® Fibre to the Node (FTTN)
*These are approximate values based on available information.
Luton Properties Weston Creek and Molonglo Valley

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Block information
Block 3 Section 34 Dickson
Block size: 6167 (approx)
Unimproved value: $6,745,000 (2023)
Legal description: CANB/DICK/34/3
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What's nearby

Lyneham PrimaryPrimary School
1km
Lyneham HighHigh School
0.5km
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
4.3km
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
3.2km
Australian National UniversityUniversity
3.6km
Daramalan CollegeCollege
0.3km
Dickson Post OfficePost Office
0.3km
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe
4.7km

Property history

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Property History
16 Mar 2024
Sold at auction
Luton Properties Weston Creek and Molonglo Valley
Contract: 16/03/2024
Listed: 22/02/2024
Days on market: 23
Transfer type: Full transfer
28 Jun 2012
Sold
Independent Belconnen
$474,000
Contract: 28/06/2012
Listed: 25/05/2012
Days on market: 34
Block size: 6168m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
22 Apr 2004
Sold
$298,000
Contract: 12/03/2002
Transfer: 22/04/2004
Block size: 6168m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Multiple unit dwelling

Dickson suburb information

A little bit about who lives locally, as provided by government census data
SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
31 years
Population
3,292
Unimproved value for Dickson
$6,745,000
Listing ID: 182318767. This listing has been viewed 1571 times. It was first displayed on 22/02/2024 and last updated on 16/04/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
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