The duplex is set at the rear of the property with its own private entry and area. External sitting area at the front with some area of garden to share Living and meals area is compact with a reverse cycle air conditioner and heating unit The kitchen has been modernised with good cupboard and bench space for the size of the duplex and electric cooking Comfortable bedroom space with wardrobe Modern bathroom/laundry and separate toilet Carport at rear
Please note that at all stages of the tenancy pets shall not be kept on the premises without written consent of the Lessor/Agent.
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Available from 2 Jan 2020
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