Block size: 5997 m² approx.UV: $6,871,000 (2019)On floor: 1 of 3
1 Bedroom Unit Miramar Block A Belconnen
Spacious, well designed 1 bedroom unit in tri-level complex, north easterly aspect at ground level on Emu Bank opposite lake and food outlets (access is by stairs from porch with intercom at Chandler Street level). EER 5 The excellent living area and large bedroom with mirrored wall-length wardrobe both open onto a large balcony. New carpet. Attractive durable benchtops and generous cupboard space in kitchen; dishwasher and fridge included. Bathroom includes spa- bath/shower. Washing machine and dryer supplied. Toilet is separate. Generous entrance and storage cupboard within unit. Gated undercover parking includes one allocated car parking space and a lockable storage space for the unit. Easy access to lake, library, University of Canberra, restaurants, Belconnen Mall, medical centre, government offices and public transport. Gym and pool facilities in easy walking distance. Available now. Private let, standard ACT tenancy agreement. The tenant will be required to seek the consent of the lessor to keep a pet. Contact 0410 819 381 for an appointment to view unit from Thursday 14 November or email preliminary enquiries to email@example.com
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Property Type:Unit / Apartment
Block Size:5997 m² (approx)
Unimproved Value:$6,871,000 (2019)
Floor:1 of 3
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