The Canberra property market is continuing to defy all odds.
According to CoreLogic, the median sale price of a home in Canberra over the last three months has hit $830,000. For units, the median sale price is $499,000.
All coming in under the median sale price, these properties in Lyneham, Dunlop, and Queanbeyan offer an opportunity for first home buyers or investors to enter the property market and at a reasonable price.
You couldn’t get a townhouse in a better location in the inner-north.
The property has a lot of character and old-charm. There are exposed brick walls, a spiral staircase and carpet throughout. The segregation of the two floors creates easing living.
The ground floor features the communal living areas, kitchen, laundry and outdoor porch. Upstairs you will find the bedrooms, which all feature built-in-wardrobes and a communal bathroom. The main bedroom has the luxury of an ensuite.
For someone who adores the traditional Canberran aesthetic but also has an eye for modern design, this property is the perfect place to unleash creativity.
Set on a 607sqm block and across from a local park in Dunlop, 44 Traeger Street is the perfect place to raise a family.
Children will love the spacious backyard while the adults make the most of the sunroom.
Kids parties are certainly sorted with the sectioned-off playground in the backyard that features a slippery dip.
There are three living areas and a built-in projector and screen in the lounge and dining room, making it the perfect place for family movie nights.
In the heart of the house is the kitchen which lends itself well to family time and entertaining.
An added bonus is the location. Dunlop is just moments from Belconnen and has the added benefit of the Brindabella Mountain Range at the doorstep. You will never run out of things to do on the weekend.
According to Zango data, the house was last on the market in 2015 when it sold for $535,000.
An ideal first-home purchase, this executive apartment on the fourth floor has been tastefully updated to feel modern, welcoming, and light.
With three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, the impressive apartment features an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space with spectacular views from the wrap-around balcony.
The main bedroom is spacious in size and has its very own walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite. The remaining two bedrooms have their very own built-in-wardrobes.
The modern kitchen has an island bench, gas cooktop and dishwasher. The apartment is adaptable to working from home situations, with one of the bedrooms lending itself to be used as a study, or the option of a desk being set up in the living room, with the direct access to the balcony proving to be a perfect spot for lunch breaks.
The communal bathroom has a deep spa bath and hidden laundry.
The north-facing balcony has views of the Queanbeyan River and Queen Elizabeth Park.
There are also two car spaces available in the basement with security card access.
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By Evangeline Maguire