The well-designed apartment is positioned on the ground floor and located within walking distance to Canberra City which offers a large number of government jobs, some of Canberra's best restaurants and bars plus a number of shopping options.
Boasting a well sized master bedroom with large built-in wardrobes and access to the outdoor entertaining. The remaining home is complete with a light open-plan living area, reverse-cycle heating & cooling plus extra study nook for convenience.
The outdoor area provides plenty of space for those still seeking to entertain family and friends and grassed courtyard.
Features Underground car space Generous courtyard Light open-plan living area Reverse-cycle heating and cooling Great location close to City, ANU, transport, offices and restaurants Positioned in a developed street within Turner Walking distance to a number of working and lifestyle options
Available Now EER: Not Known Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Light Open-Plan Living Area
Reverse-Cycle Heating And Cooling
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