From the outset, it is clear this property has plenty of street appeal and privity.
"That is what the owners loved about it."
Inside, the standard of the property remains high with Sydney Blue Gum hardwood flooring throughout and a fireplace in the living room for the whole family to huddle around on cool winter evenings.
The property is spacious and practical, with three of the four bedrooms accompanied with built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom has the luxury of a walk-in wardrobe and a modern ensuite.
The kitchen has recently been renovated to include a stone benchtop with a gas cooktop, electric oven, bespoke joinery and plenty of storage options.
The location of the dining room is a key selling point, with family meals taking place against a backdrop of picturesque garden views.
The property is ideal for outdoor entertaining, with a timber deck situated amongst established gardens and a fishpond, making it the perfect place to unwind.
There is also a carport that has internal access and a single garage with plenty of space for extra storage.
Other features of the property include double glazing, high ceilings, a spacious family bathroom and powder room, a living room, European style laundry and ducted gas heating throughout.
No. 17 Hobbs Street is set on a 686sqm block and is in walking distance to O’Connor amenities, including the local schools, parks and shops.
Ms Symon said the home is in a great location.
“There is a children’s playground at the end of the street and the home is a short walk or bike ride to the ANU,” she said.
According to Zango Data, the property’s land value history has had a recent growth rate of 2.42%, giving it an unimproved land value of $745,000. As of 2021, the median sale price in O'Connor is $1.03 million.
The charming cottage will go under the hammer on Thursday 22 April.
You can view this beautiful home at 17 Hobbs Street in O'Connor online. For further information, contact Ray White Canberra - Belconnen sales agent Nicky Symon on 0418 285 797 or Elena Florez on 0490 516 347.
By Evangeline Maguire