Don’t miss your chance to secure this well-presented apartment featuring a unique split level design with the spacious living area downstairs & the bedroom located upstairs.
Situated on the ground floor in a boutique development of only 16 apartments, the property boasts high quality inclusions such as reverse-cycle air conditioning & a single basement car space with storage.
- Stone bench tops, ample cupboard space & stainless steel appliances in the kitchen
- Reverse-cycle air conditioning
- Open plan living area
- Expansive courtyard area
- Single car space
Located a short stroll from the thriving Dickson shopping centre & just a few kilometres from the City, residents at 'Volante' will have a diverse range of cafes, restaurants & shops within minutes.
Available mid November 2019
In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors’ consent to keep pet/s at this property.
The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
Applications are available on our website, however please note these are unable to be considered until the property has been viewed.
Reverse Cycle Heating
Reverse Cycle a/c
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