This is your chance to live in a 1 bedroom apartment at the 'Uptown' complex. 'Uptown' is conveniently located in the Gungahlin Town centre, just a moment's walk to the light rail
This apartment offers 1 bedroom, a light filled living area, a modern bathroom & a storage cage located in the basement. Additional features include a huge private balcony, reverse-cycle air conditioning units & modern kitchen with dishwasher.
- Reverse-cycle heating & cooling
- Modern kitchen with dishwasher
- Restricted access car space & storage cage
- 1 bedrooms with built-in robe
- Lift access
- Intercom access
- Walking distance to Gungahlin Marketplace & the light rail stop
- Modern design
This ideal location in the Gungahlin Town Centre gives residents access to a range of restaurants, shopping, outdoor activities & easy transport to the City & Belconnen.
Available early November 2019
In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors’ consent to keep pet/s at this property.
The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
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