A term of endearment for one that we love, a heartfelt nickname, the lalor.home is as sweet as they come.
The humble cottage will bring a smile to your face and a quickening of your heart as you travel down the picturesque Lalor street full of sweet Ainslie cottages side by side.
The original footprint of the home has seen some changes, it has always been loved and modernised over the years to evolve with modern family life. The lalor.home optimises solar access through full length windows and French doors, north facing sliding doors delivers connection to the alfresco decking and covered entertaining area. The generous extended floor plan of three bedrooms, open plan living areas, updated bathroom, and modern kitchen-laundry provides functional spaces for easy living.
Cleverly offering an easy lifestyle through integration of home and garden, with towering Manchurian pears framing the façade covered with Spring blossoms. The large level rear gardens are perfectly placed for sun drenched kitchen gardens and chooks!
Connected to place and attune to the ethos of inner north living, Lalor Street is a most central position accessible to Braddon, Dickson shops, Ainslie shops, the Ainslie Football Club and the City – all just moments away.
.lovely three-bedroom home in Ainslie
.large open-plan living and dining room with timber floorboards and glass sliding doors to outdoor entertaining
.kitchen with semi open kitchen gas cooktop and dishwasher, adjoining laundry area with washer/drier, French doors to garden
.three bedrooms with built-ins in two bedrooms .ducted gas heating
.carport with storage
.excellent position in Ainslie near shops, local schools, public transport
.easy access to the city and ANU
Land size: 562m2 (approx.)
Living size: 105m2 (approx.)
Land value: $589,000 (approx.)
Land rates: $4,174.24pa (approx.)
Year built: 1954 (approx.)
14 Lalor Street