Available 22nd of November Leave your car keys at home and save on petrol as Future tenants can look forward to the great entertainment, retail and dining opportunities all within walking distance. This conveniently located 1 bedroom fully furnished and equipped apartment is within walking distance of City offices, the Australian National University, Canberra Centre, Glebe Park and Commonwealth Park.
Enjoy the best of City Living.
- Fully Furnished and equipped - Walking distance to ANU - Great location, walking distance to Canberra City - Outdoor pool - 1 allocated car space - Close to Public transport
PETS: please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought in writing from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided in writing before any pets are at the premises.
Call or email our office to arrange a private inspection at a time convenient for you. 02 6163 0888 email@example.com
Renting with Century 21 City Walk Canberra: - No requirement to view property before leasing - organise your lease from interstate or internationally! - Flexible payment options: EFTPOS, credit card, cash, cheque, internet transfer - Flexible payment schedule: weekly, fortnightly, monthly - Service cleaning available (for an additional cost)
**Price will depend on the length of the lease
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