Situated in the leafy streets of Braddon is this lovely 2 bedroom townhouse in the boutique 'Dalkeith' development.
The front porch leads you in to the light-filled open plan living area with two living areas separated by the modern kitchen. Both bedrooms are located upstairs & are generous in size with the main offering the added benefit of an ensuite & balcony.
Main features of this great home include:
- Sunny & low maintenance front porch perfect for entertaining
- Open plan living
- Generous courtyard
- 2 reverse-cycle air conditioners
- Both bedrooms are generous in size & offer built-in wardrobes
- Ensuite & balcony to main bedroom
- Study nook
- Ample storage in kitchen
- Built-in dryer
- 2 restricted car spaces & storage
Conveniently located just minutes away from all the City & Braddon have to offer with funky cafes, retail shopping plus a huge variety of restaurants & bars.
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Applications are available on our website, however please note these are unable to be considered until the property has been viewed.
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