Be quick to inspect this charming three bedroom home in central Deakin, updated and presented in excellent condition throughout.
The versatile single level floorplan incorporates two distinct living areas plus a segregated study nook and three good sized bedrooms. Modern kitchen with gas cooktop, electric oven and diswasher, plus custom built-in desk area, great for home organisation.
Additional features include:
Fully renovated bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles Separate toilet Full sized laundry Formal lounge Large open plan living and dining area flowing through to elevated timber deck, ideal for al fresco dining Private front courtyard Elegant sash windows Double enclosed carport with automatic door Ducted gas heating plus evaporative cooling
Minutes from Canberra Hospital and Deakins specialist suits, would be ideal for a medical professional, executive couple or small family looking for private and comfortable accommodation with the convenience of an Inner South locale.
The property does not have an EER.
Tenants must seek consent from the owner to keep a pet at the property.
At Hayman Partners we are pleased to offer our tenants flexible rental payment options including fortnightly or monthly by direct debit and can be scheduled to coincide with your pay cycle. Ask us for details!
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Available from 13 Jan 2020
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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