9 Kavel Street Torrens, ACT 2607



Sold at: 12-12-2020


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Meticulously maintained and cared for over many years, in fact since the home was first built in 1967, but now the family have decided that the time has come to hand over the Title Deed to someone who will find calling No. 9 their home, a wonderful opportunity to live in this popular area.

The floor plan is simple yet functional. The home’s features include an “eat in” kitchen in excellent condition with a free-standing electric stove, plenty of cupboard space and breakfast bar. The renovated bathroom has a large shower, vanity, wall cabinet and a 2-way toilet connecting with the renovated laundry. There is a built-in robe in bedroom 3. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning will keep you cool in the soon to arrive warmer months and warm in winter. A single carport provides car accommodation.

This home offers the new owners plenty of scope to comfortably live in “as is” and take the time to plan the future renovations or extension utilising a level block and a northerly aspect to the front.

Sacred Heart and Torrens Primary schools are close by as are Marist College and Melrose High School. The cosmopolitan Southlands Shopping Centre has a Woolworths plus other European specialty shops, a Post Office, chemist, gym, cafes and the Austrian and Mawson Clubs. You can leave the car at the “Park and Ride” and take the bus into the city or to Tuggeranong.

Torrens is a suburb in the Woden Valley and located along the district’s southern edge. It is named after Sir Robert Torrens, a former Premier of South Australia. Streets in the suburb are named after South Australian pioneers. It adjoins the suburbs of Pearce, Mawson and Farrer and is bounded by Beasley Street to the north, Athllon Drive to the east and the Canberra Nature Park to the south. To the west the skyline is dominated by the Mount Taylor nature reserve which is native bushland with popular walking tracks and fabulous views.


Level block of land with northerly aspect to the front
“Eat in” kitchen with electric free-standing electric stove
Light filled lounge room
Built in robe to bedroom 3
Renovated bathroom, separate toilet, and laundry
Electric hot water service
Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
Single carport and garden shed
NBN connectivity – fibre to the node
Close proximity to Sacred Heart and Torrens Primary, Marist College and Melrose High Schools
“Park and Ride” available at the Southlands Shopping Centre

Land value $491,000 (2020)
Rates $832.76 per quarter
Land tax $1,314.25 per quarter (if purchased as an investment)
Block size 669 sqm
Living area 96.80 sqm
EER: 1
Rental appraisal: $520 - $550 per week unfurnished

Note: all measurements and figures are approximate only

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Key details

  • Property Type House
  • EER 1
  • Date Listed 19-11-2020