Rex and Gabbi are very excited to be taking this fantastic family home to the market. Located 90 seconds drive from the Tuggeranong Parkway and minutes' walk from local schools, shops and parks, this home is awaiting its new owners.
Sitting on a 987m2 flat block, the home offers four generously sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, leaving plenty of room for the growing family. The home provides two living spaces, formal dining and a well-equipped kitchen.
Opportunity is endless at 30 Karney Street, Kambah! You can move into the home to live immediately, or transform the house into your dream home, utilising the large block and current infrastructure.
What is a Yurt you ask? It can be whatever you would like it to be! A play area for the kids, an art studio, or even an office to work from home in, under the new COVID lifestyle we are finding ourselves moving towards. Come and re-imagine the home for yourself at one of our open homes and let us know what your plans are in the future for this fantastic property.
- Well sized four-bedroom home, two with built-in robes.
- Two bathrooms.
- Large main living area with attached formal dining room.
- Well-equipped kitchen.
- Ducted gas heating & Evaporative Cooling.
- Multi-functional Yurt.
- Single detached garage with carport.
- Established, low maintenance gardens.
- Incredible location.
- Room for opportunity and development of current home.
- Garden shed & chicken run.
Living size: 149m2
Bock size: 987m2
Rates: $2,778 per annum
Kambah was not designed according to the 'neighbourhood' philosophy guiding the design of other Canberra suburbs and is the largest suburb in Canberra with an area of 1130 ha. It was the first suburb in the satellite city of Tuggeranong. Kambah was named after the Kambah Homestead which was originally located in the Tuggeranong district. The name Kambah derives from Ngambri, the name of the clan that originally lived in the area before European occupation. The same word is the origin for the name Canberra. The Murrumbidgee Country Club is in Kambah, and Kambah also has three district playing fields and a tennis club. The Kambah Pony Club and Vikings BMX Park are in the north of the suburb. Kambah has two Scout halls, and the Kambah Woolshed is in the suburb.
The land value history at 30 Karney Street KAMBAH, ACT 2902 has not changed recently, having an unimproved land value of $363,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 30 Karney Street.
30 Karney Street KAMBAH, ACT 2902 has 27 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being St Thomas the Apostle Primary.
|0.82 km||St Thomas the Apostle Primary||Boddington Crescent, Kambah|
|0.88 km||Namadgi School||O'Halloran Circuit, Kambah|
|1.16 km||Taylor Primary||Marconi Crescent, Kambah|
|2.09 km||St Anthony's Primary||Wheeler Crescent, Wanniassa|
|2.18 km||The Galilee School||PO Box 1066, Tuggeranong|
|2.60 km||Wanniassa School||Wheeler Crescent, Wanniassa|
|2.97 km||Lake Tuggeranong College||Cowlishaw Street, Tuggeranong|
|3.11 km||Tuggeranong Introductory English Centre (at Wanniassa Hills Primary School)||Langdon Avenue, Wanniassa|
|3.29 km||Sacred Heart Primary||Murphy Street, Pearce|
|3.39 km||St Mary MacKillop College - Isabella Plains Campus||Ellerston Avenue, Isabella Plains|
30 Karney Street is located within the suburb of Kambah, which has a population of 14,900, a median age of 40 and an average household density of 2.6 people.