This spacious two bedroom plus study townhouse is located in a quiet Street only a minute's stroll from the conveniences of the Page shops. This highly sought-after central Belconnen location is within walking distance of Westfield Belconnen and Lake Ginninderra and a short bicycle ride to the University of Canberra.
The open plan living areas flow to a private courtyard garden at the front of the property with a sundeck on the norther side of the main living room. The main bedroom, second bedroom and study are all well separated from each other with the bedrooms having plenty of built in cupboards. The living areas are tiled with carpet in the bedrooms.
The large double garage with internal access is ideal for when the weather turns cooler in the winter months or if it rains.
Features include: Modern kitchen with stone bench tops, pantry, gas hotplates and dishwasher. Internal access from double garage Security alarm Flat site with minimal steps Quiet location Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning In-slab heating in bathrooms Easy access to local shops and Westfield Belconnen
*Tenant must seek Landlord's consent for a pet *There is no current Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) recorded for this property.
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