1 Russell Drysdale Crescent, Conder ACT 2906
  • 3 Bed
  • /
  • 1 Bath
  • / 1 CAR

    Gorgeous views of the Lanyon Valley

    Rex and Gabbi are excited to present to the market; 1 Russell Drysdale Crescent. Offering a Townhouse alternative, ideal for downsizing and first home buyers, this property is not to miss! Separate title, semi-detached, this single-level, this home caters to majority of buyers.

    With lovely street appeal, this home is complimented by its wrap around veranda and elevated position. The property offers three, well-sized bedrooms, an open, functional floor plan and single garage. The private outdoor courtyard can be used at all times of the day with use of vergola, also allowing for all climates during the year.

    Surround by larger residential homes, this property is well positioned to take advantage of local shops, parks and schools within and surrounding the suburb of Conder. With fresh paint throughout, new carpet and recently landscaped gardens, this home is ready to move into with all of the hard work taken care of.

    Features include:

    – Three bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes
    – Lovely street appeal and single level living
    – Dual occupancy with no Body Corporate fees
    – Convenient to local schools and shops
    – Open, functional floorplan
    – Single garage
    – Ducted reverse-cycle heating & cooling

    EER 2.5
    Living size: 96m2
    Garage: 21m2
    Bock size: 406m2

    Suburb snapshot:
    Conder is one of three suburbs in the Lanyon Valley. Named after artist Charles Conder, the suburb of Conder extends from the slopes of Tuggeranong Hill to the valley floor. Conder is home to the valley’s main services including the Lanyon Market Place, Lanyon High School and one of the four Vikings clubs in Canberra. Also included in the suburb are St Clare of Assisi Primary School, Charles Conder Primary School, a youth centre, child care centre and a family services centre. Just like the name of the suburb, the streets of Conder are named after artists, including members of the Heidelberg School and places associated with that school. Among those recognised are Russell Drysdale and Tom Roberts.

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