The ultimate city based lifestyle situated in the Ainslie area, just a stones throw from Braddon.
This unique floor plan is split level townhouse with the master and ensuite downstairs with a spiral staircase that leads you to main bathroom and three bedrooms upstairs. Three bedrooms provide built in robes and ceiling fans while the second bedroom includes a lovely balcony overlooking the courtyard below.
The living area features high ceilings and french doors which flow out to the courtyard and raised patio area. The meals area also leads out to the rear yard.
Set in the heart of Ainslie between the Dickson and Braddon precinct's, A short walk to the Ainslie Football Club , the Ainslie shops, Merici College and the Alan Ray Oval.
Features Include: Raise outdoor patio Double lock up garage Built in robes in three rooms Balcony off second bedroom Gas cooking New oven Ducted gas heating throughout Instant gas hot water Spa bath in main bathroom
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Available 15th January 2019! Consent is required to keep an animal.
Available from 15 Jan 2020
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