7 Bonney Street Ainslie ACT 2602

5 / 3 / 3 / 1130 m2

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7 Bonney Street Estimated Value

$1,400,000 - $1,500,000

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Last sold for $1,200,000 on 26/11/2016

Sale Type: Full Property Transfer, Land And Improvement

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  • Slower growth than market average

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About this Property

Details

Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Car Spaces 3
Land Size 1130 m2
Floor Area 236 m2
House Type House
Council Area Canberra Central
Year Built n/a
Zone Standard Residential Property
Lot/Plan Ainslie ACT
Property Type House

Last listing description (November 2016)

They Simply Aren't Making Anymore of These!
Auction 26th November at 2:30pm On-Site

Nestled on 1130m of rare Ainslie earth with an almost 50 m long Northern flank, this property is unique in many ways. Of course, the block is huge, flat & rectangular and located towards the city end of this suburb on a highly sought after street, but the dwelling is also versatile & different.

The main house consists of 3 bedrooms with renovated bathroom and updated kitchen. This dwelling has modern liveability features such as LED down lighting and ceiling fans & character features such as high ceilings and polished timber floors. Attached to this is a spacious 1 bedroom flat, which until very recently was rented at $290/week providing a supplementary income to the owner. Separate from the dwelling is a small, sunny 'bed sit' which has also been rented in the past. This sits as the rear of a brick garage. There is also another oversized brick double garage at the rear of the block - perfect for a workshop or just as extra storage.

The house & flat combination is equipped with a gray water system and rainwater tank, with the gray water coming from the washing machine & showers. The gardens are establish and attractive, and includes a possum-proof vegetable garden. The whole package offers many options - live in one & rent the other two, put your 'Granny' in one, live in one & rent one or, rent the whole lot whilst you get plans approved to start again on this magnificent block.... and so on. The long term owner has made the decision to sell so don't miss out!

Features :

- Huge block of 1130m with 50m Northern flank
- 3 dwellings on the one title - possibility of 3 incomes
- Separate self contained 'bed sit'
- High ceilings and polished timber floors
- LED down lighting and ceiling fans
- Attractive & established gardens
- Quiet and popular street, close to Braddon & the CBD

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Ainslie, ACT 2602

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