COME HOME TO THIS SPLIT-LEVEL 2 BR TOWNHOUSE WITH A SMALL NATIVE BACK GARDEN
. Private, well-insulated townhouse, in nice residential street, close to bus, bike paths, and Canberra Nature park. Small front c/yard, terraced back garden with covered pergola.
. Light-filled open plan living/kitchen/dining, with under-tile heating, and RCAC to keep house comfortable in all seasons. Kitchen has good bench space, storage, s/s appliances and Bosch dishwasher.
. 2 large carpeted bedrooms, fit Queen beds, with built-in-robes, and ceiling fans.
. Combined bathroom/laundry with IXL Tastic, in-slab heating, and storage.
. Suit max two people. Parking for two cars. Close to University of Canberra, UC rehab hospital, AIS, CIT, Calvary Hospital, 5 minutes Gungahlin, 10 minutes Belconnen Mall, 30 mins by bike to city. Available after 28 December. Long lease. For inspections register your details with email@example.com
Allocated Car Spaces
Reverse Cycle Heating
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:911 m² (approx)
Unimproved Value:$390,000 (2019)
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