This versatile 1 bedroom apartment in leafy Braddon is a must see; boasting an open floor plan with combined lounge & dining area extending onto a sunny balcony – ideal for entertaining family & friends.
Enjoy the well-appointed kitchen complete with ample cupboard & bench space & a dishwasher for your convenience.
Other features include a restricted access underground car space & storage area, clothes dryer to the laundry & electric heating for comfort in the chilly Canberra winters.
- Clothes dryer
- Electric heating
- Restricted access underground car space
- Underground storage area
‘Sandalyn’ offers a barbeque area within the landscaped grounds for residents to enjoy. Ideally located close to the City centre & within walking distance of the great variety of cafes, bars, restaurants & boutique shops in Braddon.
Available early December 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.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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