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Situated in a small complex is this spacious two bedroom townhouse, with a bright sunny courtyard for entertaining your friends and guests. Located within walking distance to many facilities, surrounded by bike tracks and only a short drive to Gungahlin's shopping precinct, this townhouse is perfectly positioned.
• Reverse cycle air conditioning • Floorboards for easy cleaning • Built in wardrobes to both bedrooms • Spacious courtyard • Single car garage • No Energy Efficiency rating is available
Available 27th March 2020
Pets 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.
Rent At Peter Blackshaw Gungahlin we are pleased to offer our tenants flexible rental payment options including weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments to coincide with your pay cycle. Ask us for details.
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