45 Gilbert Street, Hackett ACT 2602
  • 2 Bed
  • /
  • 1 Bath
  • $970,000

    Best Opportunity To Be A Hackett Homeowner

    Nestled in a gorgeous leafy street, could this be the best opportunity you will find – to be a homeowner in this highly sought-after, usually highly-priced suburb.

    Sitting on a 634m2 block, this solid, original Canberra cottage built in 1961, has light-filled spaces and is full of potential for a buyer ready to roll up their sleeves and turn a tired, sad house into a sparkling palace of a home.

    The current offering is a home that offers separate living and dining adjacent the functional kitchen with freestanding electric cooker. With two very generous sized bedrooms these rooms offer light and space with windows that overlook the gardens. The bathroom includes separate bath and shower, and the generous laundry opens directly to the backyard.

    There is work to be done, but it’s worth it. With lots of elbow grease, painting, polishing and gardening, an ugly duckling of a house can be turned into a swan of a home. Invest in your own hard work and reap the benefits of owning a Hackett residence, renovated to suit you, at a bargain price that other buyers can only envy.

    You can create your home here – in one of Canberra’s best locations. Think outside the box and be sure to inspect!

    Features:
    • An opportunity to renovate or knock down and rebuild
    • 2 very generous sized bedrooms and 1 bathroom
    • Separate living and dining
    • Functional kitchen with freestanding cooker
    • Separate laundry with external access to rear garden
    • Local schools, shops and public transport all within easy access

    Facts:
    • EER: 1
    • Block Size: 634m2 (approx.)
    • Residence: 79.2m2 (approx.)
    • Built: 1961 (approx.)
    • UV: $606,000 (2021)
    • Rates: $4,251.00 per annum (approx.)
    • Land Tax: $6,555.00 per annum (approx.) if rented

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