Neat and tidy two bedroom apartment situated in a security block, within walking distance to Rosehill Public School.
Featuring two good sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, a large combined lounge and dining room, internal laundry with dryer, spacious balcony, modern kitchen with gas cooking and secure parking.
Conveniently located only moments from the local school, shops, transport and other amenities.
***NOTE*** HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS APPLY - The rent is discounted from normal market rent under the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) rental housing program. The income limits vary depending on the number of people in the household. To be eligible to apply, Applicants must also be Australian Citizens and/or permanent residents.
Income Limits by Household Size (before tax): One adult: $51,398 Two adults: $71,061 Three adults: $90,724 Four adults: $110,387 Sole parent with one child: $71,110 Sole parent with two children: $88,160 Sole parent with three children: $105.210 Couple with one child: $88,111 Couple with two children: $105,161 Couple with three children: $122,211
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Secure Parking,Terrace-Balcony
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