This cosy, three bedroom home located on a leafy street is available mid November. Offering a combined living and dining area which flows through to the functional kitchen. Ideally positioned with a huge backyard.
Features include: - Combined living and dining area - Bedrooms with built-in robes - Huge backyard
No current energy efficiency rating for this property.
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RENT: Please note our rent is collected calendar monthly prior to the 10th each month and is calculated by the following formula: Weekly rent divided by 7 multiplied by 365 divided by 12. EG: $500 divided by 7 = 71.43 x 365 = $26,071.43 divided by 12 = $2,172.62 per month.
PETS: please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought in writing from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided in writing before any pets are at the premises.
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