This beautifully built two storey three-bedroom property is located within a 15-minute drive to the city and moments to the Barton Highway. Walking distance to the District at Crace and Supabarn. Surrounded by parkland reserve, pushbike and walking trails, this property offers you more than just a home being with ten minutes to Gungahlin market place, local golf course and country club, great cafes & restaurants. Property features:
Tiled open plan living area Designer kitchen with Bosch gas cooktop and loads of cupboards Downstairs powder room and laundry with large linen cupboard Under stair storage Master bedroom upstairs with ensuite and walk-in-robe Two other bedrooms upstairs with built-in-robes Upstairs study nook Upstairs bathroom with bathtub Ducted gas heating throughout Courtyard with synthetic grass and pull ot clothes line Easy care garden with woodchip Double remote garage Outdoor undercover area
Available 22nd November 2019
TENANT MUST SEEK LANDLORD'S CONSENT FOR A PET. THE TENANT MUST ALSO MAKE AN APPLICATION TO STRATA FOR APPROVAL OF ANY PETS WITH ALL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AT THEIR EXPENSE.
There is a one bedroom flat located at the front of this property and a one bedroon flat above the garage. No access to the house from either unit.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This property is unfurnished. Bond is equivalent to 4 weeks rent. Applicants must inspect the property prior to submitting an application. Please note you may be required to remove your shoes prior to inspecting the property. Photo ID is required to be shown at all open homes.
To apply please use '1Form' with the property as the reference. Alternatively, application forms can be downloaded from our webpage: http://www.pcproperties.com.au/renting/tenant-forms.php
Please ensure to register for all inspections so that we are able to update you on any changes.
The EER for this property is unknown.
Available from 22 Nov 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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