Well presented fully furnished & equipped two bedroom apartment located in the inner city area within walking distance to the City CBD. Excellent spacious living area opens onto a sunny balcony with a leafy outlook. Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher, two good size bedrooms both with built-in robes.Under cover restricted access single car park space plus ample visitor car parking. Quality furnishings, reverse cycle air-conditioning, spa bath. Restricted access to the building and pool area.
FEATURES INCLUDE: - Great location, close to the city and located in a superior part of the complex. - Stunning leafy views from the living areas and balcony. - Looking onto established oak trees towards Mt Ainslie and beyond. - Quality furnishings - Large full length windows in lounge and meals area leading to the balcony - Separate laundry - Large ensuite with spa bath & shower - Separate bathroom - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Pool, Gazebo and the BBQ area in the complex is fully fenced set amid a pleasant and relaxing garden environment.
Intercom system, restricted access parking and ample visitors parking Pets considered on application.
Available 05/05/2020 Please note we DO NOT accept 1Form applications
Please contact Helen Robinson to arrange inspection on 0438 711 694 or 6260 7777 Applications can be downloaded off the Dwyer Dunn website
Please note: In line with Public Health Emergency Directions, no more than 10 people (excluding staff) are allowed inside the property during an open home. Please maintain physical distancing of 1.5 metres while attending an open home and while waiting to gain entry.
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