Enter this home through double doors that open into the lounge room that has vibrant walls and an abundance of space. This space flows through to the meals areas and then kitchen. The kitchen is large enough to fit a dining table and overlooks the backyard. There is a brand new reverse cycle air conditioner located in the lounge room.
The home features an abundance of natural light thanks to carefully placed skylights, as well as 3 large bedrooms, including a massive master bedroom, and all bedrooms feature built-in-robes. There is also a family bathroom with separate toilet.
- Original double brick home
- Immaculate presentation
- Separate living and dining areas
- Timber flooring throughout
- High ceilings and skylights
- Gas heating
-Reverse cycle air conditioner to lounge room
- Large metal garage plus ample driveway parking for several vehicles
- A short distance to Dickson and Braddon shopping and dining precincts plus light rail and bus stops
No current EER
Dickson (postcode: 2602) is a suburb in the Inner North of Canberra, Australia. It is named after Sir James Dickson (1832–1901) who was a Queensland advocate of Australian Federation and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution.
Between 1926 and 1928, a small runway called Northbourne Aviation Ground was located where the Dickson Library and playing fields are now. This was Canberra's original airport. Dickson was gazetted on 28 September 1928, but the suburb was not settled until the 1960s
The suburb contains the Dickson Centre, a significant commercial centre in Canberra’s Inner North containing the Woolworths Supermarkets outlet with the greatest turnover in Australia. The centre contains an ambulance station, office buildings, many shops and the Dickson Baptist Church.
Outside the Dickson Centre, the suburb contains the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Canberra radio and television studios. Two colleges are located in the suburb, Dickson College, a public senior secondary school, and Daramalan College, a Catholic high school. The Daramalan Junior school was once located in Dickson, which operated between 1986 and 1997. It was a school for boys in years 5 and 6, and was near St. Brigid's Church.
Dickson has large playing fields with several ovals, which are used to play many sports including soccer, cricket and rugby, as well as the venue for schools carnivals, and are a popular place on weekends. Organisations calling the playing fields home including the Majura Junior Soccer Club and Corroboree Little Athletics. Near the playing fields is a walking track between rows of pine, oak and gum trees which leads to the Dickson shopping centre. Hawdon Street is where the Canberra Space Dome and Observatory used to be located before being destroyed by fire in 2010. The street is cut in half by the eastern branch of Sullivans Creek, which runs in a concrete drain. On the south side of Sullivans Creek at this point is the Dickson Wetlands, which was completed in December 2011.
The suburb is characterised by leafy streets, detached single dwelling houses, and double story duplex townhouses.
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The land value history at 44 Dooring Street DICKSON, ACT 2602 has the most recent growth rate of 10.71%, giving an unimproved land value of $700,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 44 Dooring Street.
44 Dooring Street DICKSON, ACT 2602 has 31 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Joseph's Primary.
|0.73 km||St Joseph's Primary||Boronia Drive, O'Connor|
|0.74 km||Daramalan College||Cowper Street, Dickson|
|0.83 km||Lyneham High||Goodwin Street, Lyneham|
|0.85 km||Merici College||Wise Street, Braddon|
|0.99 km||Turner School||Condamine Street, Turner|
|0.99 km||Turner Early Childhood Centre||Condamine Street, Turner|
|1.00 km||Emmaus Christian School||Davenport Street, Dickson|
|1.12 km||Northside Primary Introductory English Centre (at North Ainslie Primary School)||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
|1.12 km||Ainslie North Primary||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
|1.21 km||Lyneham Primary||Hall Street, Lyneham|
44 Dooring Street is located within the suburb of Dickson, which has a population of 2,149, a median age of 31 and an average household density of 2.3 people.