6 Cormorant Street
bakewell NT 0832

Affordable Home in a Family Friendly Location

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Have you have been searching for a well-designed, low maintenance family home, suitable to Darwin’s lifestyle and climate?

Then you can relax, as your search is over!

* Three bedrooms, two bathrooms

* Main bedroom has two walk in robes and modern ensuite

* Fully tiled open plan lounge and dining area

* Centrally located kitchen, with gas stove and surround bench tops

* Bathroom has a full-size bathtub with shower

* Low maintenance gardens with perimeter fencing

* Fully lockable, fully coded 3x3 metre shed and side shade structure

Bakewell is a vibrant suburb with beautiful parks, great schools and early learning centres.

First-rate amenities are only 1.3 kilometres away at the Bakewell Woolworths Shopping Centre.

Keen buyers will immediately see the value and position this ideal home offers.

Auction Tuesday 9th February 2021 5:30 PM On-Site

Council Rates: Approximately $1,717 per annum

Year Built: 1996

Area Under Title: 902 sqm

Zoning: LR (Low Density Residential)

Status: Vacant Possession

Vendors Conveyancer: TBA

Settlement Period: 30 days

Deposit: 10% or variation on request

Easements as per Title Search

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 902m2


Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate O'Donoghues

Shun Hatton

Commercial & Residential Sales

0414 282 100

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In response to Federal, State and Territory Government Department of Health recommendations related to Coronavirus, First National Real Estate is strictly observing all essential health precautions nationally. Open homes have therefore been cancelled where required, as have traditional auctions, and we are offering private or digital inspection appointments and online auction arrangements as alternatives – where permitted.

In all locations where normal real estate operations continue:

  • We’re avoiding direct contact, such as shaking hands
  • Observing social distancing requirements
  • Maintaining contact records
  • Deferring non-essential property inspections or conducting them remotely
  • Working with customers responsively on specific arrangements, where necessary

These temporary changes are intended to underpin the essential functions of the property market as well as to reassure customers that all necessary precautions are being observed.

While the presence of Coronavirus requires us to observe all sensible precautions, the business of real estate continues and it’s essential that we support customers who are selling their homes as well as the needs of our tenants and landlords.

In all other respects, we’re getting on with the job of selling, renting and managing property at First National Real Estate, and optimistically working with our community as Australia responds to the effects of Coronavirus.