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Canberra, ACT Property Factsheet Ep 8 Gab and Monique

Meet Gab and Monique

SEARCH LOCATION: Canberra


BUDGET- $700,000


THE BRIEF


They are looking for a house that doesn’t need renovating. A medium to large sized house on an acre or two. 4 beds, 2 baths, a granny flat for guests to stay. They hav a budget $700,000, they’ve got a bit more to spend for a house that they love.

 

PROPERTY #1 ADDRESS: Merryville drive, Murrumbateman

Sale Price- $715,000

House Description- This pleasant 4 bed, 2 bath brick home boasts a large modern kitchen with walk in pantry. A generous size family room that looks out over the established rose gardens in the center of the circular drive.

Land Size - 8887m2

Agent - Julieanne Pascoe – Elders Belconnen

Area Description - Murrumbateman is a small rural village in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.
It is on the Barton Highway, approximately 30 kilometres northwest of Canberra, and is part of the Yass Valley Shire. At the 2006 census, Murrumbateman had a population of 1,758 people.

Murrumbateman is a rapidly expanding area with award winning B&B’s, quaint cafes and restaurants and is home to many fine wine makers.

PROPERTY #2 ADDRESS - Border Leicester Ave, Murrumbateman

Sale Price- $699,000

House Description- Offering you a superb lifestyle of living in the country whilst being only 40 minutes to Canberra makes this property the perfect rural retreat from the bustling streets of the city.

In sparkling condition throughout, this property has been well maintained by its owners and features formal and informal living areas with floor to ceiling windows throughout the home making it bright and airy.

Land Size - 9274m2

Agent - John Brady – Bradys Countrywide

Area Description - Murrumbateman is a small rural village in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.
It is on the Barton Highway, approximately 30 kilometres northwest of Canberra, and is part of the Yass Valley Shire. At the 2006 census, Murrumbateman had a population of 1,758 people.

Murrumbateman is a rapidly expanding area with award winning B&B’s, quaint cafes and restaurants and is home to many fine wine makers.

PROPERTY #3 ADDRESS - Broughton Ct, Murrumbateman
Sale Price- $764,000

House Description- The home’s 267m of living area incorporates 4 bedrooms + study, 3 north-facing segregated living areas plus a large dining room that can be used as a 4th recreational room/home theatre/library. Five-acre blocks provide enough free space to run a family & animals, plus create a magnificent garden. This is a lovely patch of land with its deep rich top soil & slight northern fall is begging for cultivation.

Land Size - 5 acres

Agent - John Lenne – Elders Belconnen

Area Description - Some of the surrounding rural properties have been developed as grape growing areas or as boutique wineries. In recent years much of the land has been subdivided into small hobby farm blocks ranging from 2 to 40 acres (0.81 to 16 ha). Similar subdivisions have occurred in other regions around Canberra including Bungendore, Sutton, Gundaroo and Burra. Residents tend to commute to Canberra for work rather than make a living off the small parcels of land. Other nearby towns are Yass, Gunning and Dalton.

PROPERTY #4 ADDRESS - Captains Flat Road, Captains Flat
Sale Price- $739,000

House Description- This 5 bedroom + study home is privately set in a picturesque valley on 27 acres. Perfect for bush walkers, motorcyclists or horse riding enthusiasts, the property boundary has reserve with old track leading back to the township of Captains Flat. So private you cannot see any neighbors!

Land Size - 27 acres

Agent - Ben Stevenson – Estate Realty

Area Description - Captains Flat is an old mining town in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, in Palerang Shire. It is south of Queanbeyan. Ngarigu Aboriginals originally inhabited the area prior to European settlement. The town formed as a result of mining for gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper and iron pyrites in the hills surrounding the upper reaches of the Molonglo River.

The town boomed from 1881 to 1899 then went into a rapid decline until 1939 when rail access revived mining activity for another 23 years.
The town is full of historical treasures and memorials and puts on monthly markets for visitors and locals.

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