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Be ahead of the rest with My Zango
If 2020 taught us anything, it is the importance of comfort and usability of our own home space. As lockdown forced us all to work and school from home, it fast become evident that a comfortable and versatile environment was a necessity, not a luxury. Suddenly, those of us with families experienced the need for not one, but two studies, an area to dedicate to home schooling and at least one breakout area. Spending so much time at home reminds us how important home can be and this often highlights the need for a change.
Behind an unassuming exterior is a supremely functional family home, with over 300 square meters of living space. There are 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 living areas, an office, spacious granny flat (6th bedroom), and more - you can re-purpose the spaces to suit your family's changing needs. Outside there is a screened courtyard, a sunlit 15 metre-plus deck and an established, low-maintenance garden, with plenty of room for summer entertaining, kids' games, and several trampolines - the block is a huge 1,159m2. Construction is mostly double brick, with extensive double glazing, while 32 solar panels help keep energy prices under control. Imaginative spaces and raked ceilings lend themselves to elegant design.
The property is situated a leisurely stroll to coffee at the celebrated Ainslie shops and not far from the friendly Hackett shops, a 60 second hop to Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve, and an easy car, bus or bike ride to Dickson, Civic and ANU. This fine family home has served its owners well for nearly 40 years - and has been well cared for in return.
Features & inclusions...
- 3 rainwater tanks (total 7,750L) and associated pumps
- Garden shed
- Bosch gas cook-top, electric oven and new dishwasher
- Custom-built bookcases and computer desk in office
- Retractable awning
- Raked ceilings
- Extensive double glazing
- 32 solar panels (8.5 kWp)
- Cheminees Philippe fireplace with externally accessed woodbox
- Integrated granny flat with ramp access
- Large walk-in pantry plus working pantry
- Large storeroom/wine cellar
- Office with direct external entry
- Gas central heating for main house with reverse cycle in granny flat
- North-east facing deck
The land value history at 139 Duffy Street AINSLIE, ACT 2602 has not changed recently, having an unimproved land value of $920,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 139 Duffy Street.
139 Duffy Street AINSLIE, ACT 2602 has 24 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Dickson College.
|0.79 km||Dickson College||Phillip Avenue, Dickson|
|0.79 km||Secondary Introductory English Centre (at Dickson College)||Phillip Avenue, Dickson|
|0.84 km||Alternative Education Program/Dickson College||Phillip Avenue, Dickson|
|0.85 km||Ainslie North Primary||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
|0.85 km||Northside Primary Introductory English Centre (at North Ainslie Primary School)||Majura Avenue, Ainslie|
|0.97 km||Blue Gum Community School||Maitland Street, Hackett|
|1.06 km||Rosary Primary||Fleming Street, Watson|
|1.12 km||Emmaus Christian School||Davenport Street, Dickson|
|1.49 km||Daramalan College||Cowper Street, Dickson|
|1.94 km||Majura Primary||Knox Street, Watson|
139 Duffy Street is located within the suburb of Ainslie, which has a population of 5,189, a median age of 41 and an average household density of 2.4 people.