Tucked away in a leafy cul-dec-sac, this comfortable family home is available now for long term lease.
Recently updated with new paint, carpet and a brand new kitchen, the home also features excellent outdoor space including a large vegetable garden already brimming with produce.
Additional features include:
Three good sized bedrooms - two with built in robes.
Attractive recycled timber benchtops to kitchen, new electric appliances and a bonus fridge included (optional).
Largely original but functional bathroom with bathtub plus shower recess and updated vanity.
Full sized laundry.
Secure carport plus additional off street parking.
Separate studio with toilet facility - great for use as a workshop, hobby space, teenage retreat or all weather entertaining area.
Rear yard included a much loved frog pond, and the landlords have respectfully requested no pets at the premises to ensure their continued existence.
Situated a short stroll from Curtin playing fields and minutes from the local shops, schools and express public transport to the Parliamentary Triangle, Civic and Woden. Would be lovely for a couple or small family looking to move from apartment living and settle into larger surrounds in one of Canberra most central and sought after suburbs.
The property does not have an EER.
Tenants must seek consent from the owner to keep a pet at the property.
At Hayman Partners we are pleased to offer our tenants flexible rental payment options including fortnightly or monthly by direct debit and can be scheduled to coincide with your pay cycle. Ask us for details!
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Close To Schools
Close To Shops
Close To Transport
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