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This three bedroom terrace-style townhouse is situated in the popular suburb of Page, with easy access to Westfield Belconnen, Jamison Plaza and the University of Canberra to name a few places.
The townhouse boasts two bathrooms as well as a powder room, and five separate split system heating and cooling units, with each of the three bedrooms containing an individual system. Solid timber floorboards are featured throughout the downstairs section of the townhouse, complementing the fresh modern kitchen, complete with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances.
Features Split system heating/cooling Sold timber floorboards downstairs Stone bench tops Stainless steel appliances
Available 10th June 2020 EER: Not Known Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Sold Timber Floorboards Downstairs
Split System Hea
Stainless Steel Appliances
Stone Bench Tops
Available from 10 Jun 2020
Book a private inspection with Baljeet Kaur so you have the whole place to yourself.
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