This spacious home has four generously sized bedrooms + study. The three bedrooms upstairs have built-in wardrobes, master with ensuite and own balcony. The fourth bedroom is located downstairs and could be used as a separate teenager's retreat, or a home office, with its own powder room and large full-length windows. With access to the downstairs area available separately to the main house, this space is perfect for families with older children, or those that work from home.
On the second level you will find the gallery kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and loads of cupboard space and a separate formal dining. The third level offers a light open study area with balcony.
This property includes reverse cycle heating and cooling.
At the back of the property you will find a pool house, in ground fenced pool and lock up storage. Loads of off-street parking and carport. This quality home set back from the street screened by a low maintenance established native garden.
This four-bedroom family home is cleverly architecturally designed, with light filled separate living areas and high ceilings. No Current EER Available
Named for William James Farrer (1845–1906), who was a wheat-breeding pioneer, many of whose experiments were conducted at Lambrigg near Tharwa. The suburb's streets are named after agriculturalists,with the exception of Lambrigg Street, which was the name of Farrer's property in Tharwa.
It is next to the suburbs of Torrens, Mawson, Isaacs and the Canberra Nature Park of Farrer Ridge. It is bordered by Beasley Street, Athllon Drive and Yamba Drive. Located in this suburb is Farrer Primary School and neighbourhood oval, a Croatian Catholic parish centre, the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Sava, a small shopping centre, the Long Gully scout hall and the Goodwin Village for elderly citizens.
Farrer is a relatively big suburb for Canberra, with over 3,300 residents. It was named on 12 May 1966, after William James Farrer, who had lived in the area late in the 19th century, making a significant contribution to wheat-breeding in New South Wales by producing climate species, thus extending the wheat-belt and enabling the breeding of resistant wheat.
The suburb's size resulted in possession of its own oval, located next to the primary school, a scout hall for the local group named Long Gully, and three playgrounds at various locations. Pearce's Melrose High School and Wanniassa's Erindale College are only 2.4 and 2.7 kilometres away respectively. While the small convenience store is often frequented by locals, Farrer is in proximity to Southlands Shopping Centre at Mawson and Woden Plaza in Phillip, only 4.2 km away. The Canberra Hospital in Garran is nearer still, at 3.8 km.
The Farrer Ridge Nature Reserve, part of the Canberra Nature Park and the southern limit of the suburb, provides for bushwalking and stunning vistas.
Deakin Volcanics green-grey and purple rhyodacite underlies the whole suburb. Deakin Volcanics cream rhyolite occurs on the top of Farrer Ridge. Quaternary alluvium can be found in the valley bottom.
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Please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided before any pets are at the premises.
The land value history at 234 Beasley Street FARRER, ACT 2607 has has not changed recently, having an unimproved land value of $500,000.
The House at 234 Beasley Street FARRER, ACT 2607 has been sold 1 time before, with the most recent sale being for $720,000 on 3 June 2016.
|Sold Date||Price||Sale Type|
234 Beasley Street FARRER, ACT 2607 has 39 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Farrer Primary.
|0.97 km||Farrer Primary||Lambrigg Street, Farrer|
|1.05 km||Torrens Primary||Ritchie Street, Torrens|
|1.44 km||Melrose Guidance and Counselling Service/Melrose HS||Marr Street, Pearce|
|1.44 km||Melrose High||Marr Street, Pearce|
|1.45 km||Mawson Primary||Ainsworth Street, Mawson|
|1.66 km||Canberra Christian School||Ainsworth Street, Mawson|
|1.70 km||Sacred Heart Primary||Murphy Street, Pearce|
|1.91 km||Marist College Canberra||Marr Street, Pearce|
|2.54 km||Wanniassa Hills Primary||Langdon Avenue, Wanniassa|
|2.61 km||Tuggeranong Introductory English Centre (at Wanniassa Hills Primary School)||Langdon Avenue, Wanniassa|
234 Beasley Street is located within the suburb of Farrer, which has a population of 3,231, a median age of 43 and an average household density of 2.7 people.