SOLD6 Don Bell Street Bonner

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Fantastic Opportunity

6 Don Bell Street, Bonner, Australian Capital Territory 2914

This is a fantastic opportunity for those looking to purchase their dream home without the worry of hefty price. The proposed four bedroom home is to be built on a land rent block with an unimproved land value of $328,000.00 and situated in the sought after suburb of Bonner.

With an extremely creative floor plan this home is sure to impress, the large master bedroom is completely secluded from the remaining three bedrooms and includes an extensive ensuite and walk in robe. Make your way to the remaining bedrooms with their own family room and bathroom.

The kitchen area includes a walk in pantry and quality fittings and fixtures including stone bench tops and “Westinghouse” appliances.

For your benefit there are two options to purchasing this property:

House and Land: The buyer has the option to purchase the land and then contract the builder out to build the house

Land rent scheme: The purchaser pays an agreed price for a completed home and the rents the block of land from the ACT government at approximately 4% interest per year, you can than have the choice of purchasing the land in the future when you are ready buy the land outright. The standard land rent rate is 4% of the unimproved value of the leased land.

Please contact us for more details on the land rent scheme.

Quality property inclusions:

Four bedrooms

Segregated master bedroom with walk in robe

Large ensuite with separate toilet

Bathroom with separate toilet

Open plan kitchen and living area with separate meals area

Lounge room

Family room

Walk in pantry in kitchen

Double garage with internal access

Land rental of approximately $12,919.56 per annum

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General Features
  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2 (Ensuites: 1)
  • Garaging: 2

Energy Features
  • Energy Rating: 6.0

Specialty Rooms
  • Living Areas: 2


6 Don Bell Street, Bonner, Australian Capital Territory 2914 ( get directions )

Agent Contact

Symon Badenoch
Symon Badenoch