This neat and tidy, two bedroom townhouse is located in Greenvale Park. Combined lounge and dining room with open plan living to the kitchen. Easy care, paved and private enclosed courtyard. Visitor parking available within the complex. Only a short commute to local shops and walking distance to public transport.
Features Include: - Open plan living - Enclosed courtyard - Bathtub to bathroom - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Built in wardrobes - Single carport
Available 27th December 2019 EER: N/A Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Available from 27 Dec 2019
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