House for Sale
Ideal First Home
Property ID 195648227 Duralla Street has been happily tenanted for a number of years but the time has come for the owner to part with it. Located in a quiet street, an easy walk to the school and Bungendore's shops, it is going to suit first home buyers, investors, house flippers and those looking for a solid home to add value to - at this price it wont last long.
There are three bedrooms, a bathroom with a bath shower combo and a kitchen big enough to eat in. Of the three bedrooms two have built ins and all have carpet. The living room has a gas bayonet for heating and a big picture window overlooking an east facing front verandah.
The house is set back from the street, there is a single carport and plenty of room to park a trailer or caravan off the street. If you are after a good size level yard this one is ideal - there is room for your dream shed ( side access will make this even easier) and it is pretty much a blank canvas ready for your horticultural endeavours. The back yard is on the north western side and has a Hills Hoist, a garden shed and a lovely level lawn are in place.
Bungendore is located just 15 minutes from HQJOC, 20 minutes to Queanbeyan and an easy 40 minute commute into Canberra's CBD, school buses to Braidwood and Canberra are in abundance (North , South Canberra and Queanbeyan). There's a local IGA, primary school, pre-school and childcare centres as well as many other services including naturopath, Doctors, Physio and Bakeries. Cafes and restaurants, motels and hotels and numerous shops reside in Bungendore as the town grows in tourist numbers.
For more information please contact Ellie Merriman on 0402117877 or Doug Merriman on 0419999001 or at Ray White Bungendore on 6238 0700.
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