Weekly rent now reduced to $203 a week until 31 December 2020! It will revert to $238 a week from 1 January 2021
All Saints College is designed to provide residents with space and privacy in a community setting. Only those enrolled or intending to enroll at post secondary educational institutions within the Canberra region are eligible to apply. All Saints College to people of all faiths and backgrounds. Each of the 26 residences has a fully self-contained unit with an ensuite bathroom, fridge, cooking facilities, internet connection, king-single bed, desk, storage facilities, two-seat sofa, coffee table, drapes and television. Communal facilities include two large kitchens and dining areas, a communal lounge, a tutorial/meeting room, laundry and a secure bicycle shed. There is adequate parking on or close to the College precinct. The College is in walking distance of Ainslie shops, Dickson and the city centre and cylcing distance of ANU and the Australian Catholic University. There is a bus stop near the college with direct bus connections to ANU and University of Canberra
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Block Size:5791 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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