Unpretentious and understated from the outside, the modernist home is exciting for its mid century design elements, potential for renewal and beautiful sunny garden block.
The enticing front façade with geometric patterned grey toned bricks and sloping roof line will inspire lovers of modernist homes, renovators and aspiring Inner North dwellers.
.stunning 1960s three bedroom home filled with mid century design elements
.134m2 of internal living on a 668m2
.highly sought-after Ainslie location
.sun-filled living areas & kitchen with stainless steel Smeg upright gas cooker & splash back tiling
.updated bathroom & separate toilet
.timber flooring in the lounge, dining, kitchen & hallways
.covered in sun filled atrium in the center of the home, originally a central garden courtyard, now functions as a lounge room
.ducted gas heating
.lovely established gardens front and rear
.picturesque tree-lined street
.single carport under roofline & detached single brick garage
.short walk, ride or drive Ainslie Shops, Dickson, City centre, restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, premier schools & the Australian National University.
.close proximity to Mt Ainslie, Mt Majura & easy access to the light rail, Russell offices & the Canberra Airport
Living size: 134 m2 (approx.)
Land size: 668 m2
Land value $620,000
land rates: $3789 pa
Built: 1962 (approx.)
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73 Officer Crescent