Semi-Furnished Garden Studio Flat in O'Connor- Water usage included
This semi-furnished and sun-filled renovated studio flat opens onto your own private garden area.
Conveniently located in the quiet and highly desirable central suburb of O'Connor.
Immediate access to local bush land, public transport and close proximity to local O'Connor and Lyneham urban shopping precincts.
Canberra City, Dickson shopping complex, Braddon shopping/dining precinct and ANU are all within walking/short cycling distance.
The studio is connected to the quintessential Canberra red brick main house which is occupied by a family studying at University.
You will have your own private entrance with the added protection of a security fly-screen and additional shared storage in the single lock up garage.
This quaint little studio flat faces North/East, maintains a fairly constant temperature through all seasons and is very cost effective.
- Separate kitchenette, w/c, and combined bathroom/laundry with shower recess and quality appliances;
- Ample cupboard storage and shelving space;
- Open plan/studio style, joint bedroom and living area;
- TV and DVD player;
- Opening windows;
- Access to external clothes line;
- Driveway and off-street parking available;
- Lock up storage available;
- Water usage included.
Suitable for a single adult, student, or couple.
Rent is $365 p/week, payable fortnightly.
4 weeks bond being $1,460 due upfront.
Some furnishings are able to be removed if required.
No pets permitted.
No smoking permitted.
Reference from vacating tenant available upon request.
Please note, there is currently no existing Energy Efficiency Rating report for this property.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:830 m² (approx)
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