Convenience meets affordability... this property is excellent value!
Located in the Fusion building, this contemporary East-facing apartment offers three bedrooms, study nook, two bathrooms, open-plan living room and a large balcony overlooking the pool.
Elevated views, the Light Rail corridor location and with over 100 sq/m of living, this is where convenience meets affordability.
The Easterly aspect opens all the living areas to the morning sun, filling the apartment with warmth and light.
You will be impressed with the modern kitchen which includes stone benches, electric cooktop/oven and dishwasher.
There's an ensuite and walk-in robe to the master bedroom and both bedrooms two and three have built-in robes.
Reverse-cycle air conditioning, separate laundry and swimming pool.
Currently rented until June 2020 @ $510 per week.
Perfect for retirees, investors or first home buyers, this is a great opportunity to secure a rare three-bedroom apartment close to Gungahlin and within 8kms of the city & Belconnen.
Your best point of contact for this property:
Jeff Shortland 0417 483 627 Jeff.firstname.lastname@example.org
Exceptional location Easterly aspect 3 bedrooms Study nook Ensuite Open-plan living & dining Contemporary kitchen Stone bench tops Electric cooktop & oven Dish washer Secure double car space Reverse cycle air conditioner NBN Living approximately 110 sq/m Rates $2300 pa Land Tax $3000 pa EER 6.0
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