New three bedroom, three bathroom dual occupancy home. Beautifully designed home with neutral palette and timber floors. Living space has heat pump split system Main bedroom come with ensuite and walk in robe. Heat pump split system. Second bedroom with heat pump split system. Third bedroom has timber flooring with a kitchenette and ensuite. Sliding door to outside. Landscaped backyard with new lawn Single garage with a car space Large shed Side access to backyard Pet door
Calendar monthly or Fortnightly rent is payable by direct debit and also can be available fortnightly via BPAY method Formula - Weekly rent divided by 7 days x 365 divided x 12
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There is no existing energy efficiency rating statement for the habitable part of the premises. This property requires permission for a pet.
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