Block size: 9229 m² approx.Townhouse size: 97 m² approx.
Brand new 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom townhouse in great location
Brand new 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom townhouse tucked away in the bottom corner of the newly established suburb of Lawson. This lighted filled and spacious townhouse features two livings areas, a balcony, large front courtyard, double lock-up garage and ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling. It's also located within minutes of local primary schools, the University of Canberra, Radford College, Belconnen Town Centre, Calvary Hospital and the newly established training hospital.
Features: - Practical kitchen with plenty of storage space - Two bedrooms with built in robes - Sky light on first floor - Neutral colors and blinds throughout - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - European laundry with dryer - Double garage with remote control - Balcony off upstairs - Large courtyard - Walking distance to parks and shopping centres - EER7 - Available now
If you would like to view the property please call Benn Ayre on 0407 296 362 to arrange an inspection.
Reverse Cycle Heating
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Block Size:9229 m² (approx)
Townhouse Size:97 m² (approx)
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