This bright and spacious 2 bedroom ensuite apartment is located in the popular suburb of Watson.The apartment offers generous living space with separate living dining areas, a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite benchtops. There are 2 generous sized bathrooms and a large balcony with great views - perfect for summer entertaining. The complex has a landscaped pool area, and there are two underground carspaces.
Features include: - Large Kitchen with dishwasher - Ensuite - Built-in robes - Reverse Cycle air con - Separate living ding area - 2 car spaces - Brand new blinds throughout - Large outdoor balcony - Close to public transport & light rail
This popular complex is in a great location on the edge of the city Close to the popular Dickson shops with restaurants, cafes, and shops, and a short drive to the Canberra city Centre. Spacious indoor outdoor living and well appointed inclusions make it a must to see. Landlord consent required for pets. Available 29/11/2019
To view this property please contact Helen Robinson on 0438 711 694 or 6260 7777. Applications can be downloaded off the Dwyer Dunn website. Please note we do not accept 1Form applications.
Close To Parklands
Close To Schools
Close To Shops
Close To Transport
Separate Dining Room
Available from 29 Nov 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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