Please watch your step as you climb aboard the Lenah Valley Express. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride as we take on you a journey through the history of this beautiful suburb. Next stop 7 Cuthbertson Place.
Did you know the word Lenah is the native Aboriginal word for kangaroo? The area was originally known as Kangaroo Bottom, later Kangaroo Valley, and has sat nestled in the foothills of Kunanyi/Mount Wellington for hundreds of millions of years.
The view of this majestic beauty greets you from every window along the westerly aspect of 7 Cuthbertson Place. From the sun filled open plan living, dining and kitchen area allow your eyes to travel from the mountain, across your large backyard and food producing trees, to the sweeping expanse of the valley itself. Green bushland greets you from every angle.
In a nod to Lenah Valley’s 19th century agricultural and orchard history this property boasts Granny Smith, Fig, Walnut and Apricot trees (just to name a few).
Lenah Valley offers a mix of old and new. Whilst you can no longer ride a tram (first introduced in 1922) along Augusta Road you will still see large homes dating back to the early 1800s. Only a ten-minute drive from the CBD, Lenah Valley also offers the convenience of its own shopping and café precinct, and is a stone’s throw away from supermarkets, schools and shopping centres.
This brick home provides a blank canvas for new owners to make their mark. Offering four bedrooms and light filled rumpus room; off-street parking; under house storage; a north-westerly aspect; and in a quiet area. This property has the advantage of being close to the city and whilst also having the natural world at its doorstep.
Don’t take my word for it, jump on the Lenah Valley Express and see it for yourself!