Spence four bedroom house in bushland setting sold at auction

Spence four bedroom house in bushland setting sold at auction
Spence four bedroom house in bushland setting sold at auction

With a northerly aspect and nestled into a private bushland setting adjacent to reserve, a Spence four-bedroom-plus-study residence was sold at auction on August 4.

It was offered by Phyllis Tidmarsh from Ray White - Canberra.

The house sold for $807,000.

Built in 1974 as a project home, renowned Canberra architect Robert Warren was engaged by the current owners to design an extension for 61 Somerville Street in the mid 1990's.

Spence four bedroom house in bushland setting sold at auction

Set on a 1403sqm elevated and north facing block, the single-level home comes with four bedrooms, light-filled living space, original quality timer kitchen, and separate formal dining area. 

Additional features include double carport under roofline, rear garden, three paved courtyard areas, and abundant storage.

It is within walking distance to Mt Rogers nature reserve and walking tracks. 

The suburb's median house price sits at $577,250, according to CoreLogic. 

 Spence four bedroom house in bushland setting sold at auction

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