Located in the popular suburb of Ngunnawal, close to the Gungahlin town centre you can find yourself living in this cosy two story townhouse. The property features 3 spacious bedrooms all with large built in robes, a secure single garage, fenced yard and NBN availability.
-Large kitchen dining area - Single car garage -Gas stovetop - 3 Bedrooms with built in robes - NBN - Balcony - Two story
The first open home will be held 19/10/2019
You do not need to register to attend open homes, please send any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept 1Form applications and have Bolton & Co applications available upon request.Applications will not be accepted until you or an authorised representative have viewed the property.
Available: 8.11.2019 Pets: Tenants MUST seek written permission for approval of any pets. EER:N/A
Rent is calculated and payable calendar monthly.
Bond is equivalent to four weeks rent.
Please note that whilst our team has taken all care in providing this information, to the extent legally permissible Bolton & Co disclaims responsibility for omissions or inaccuracies. All interested parties should rely on their own enquiries, and the state of the property at the time of their inspection.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Unimproved Value:$200,000 (2019)
Leasing Team One
Bolton & Co Gungahlin
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