Batman Street presents the rare opportunity to rent one of three dwellings. The available unit contains 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and individual living spaces with a communal laundry between the three units.
Features: Great location and lifestyle opportunity Opposite Gorman House Heritage character and charm Well sized bedrooms Original kitchen with loads of character Communal laundry shared between the three dwellings Quiet surrounds Private street appeal
It is situated just a few streets from vibrancy of Braddon and the Canberra City's cafes and boutique shops, whilst remaining quiet and peaceful in wide tree-lined residential street.
EER: Unknown Available 21 November 2019 Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Great Location And Lifestyle Opportunity
Heritage Character And Charm
Well Sized Bedrooms
Available from 21 Nov 2019
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