New to the rental market is this well presented two storey 2 bedroom ensuite townhouse located in sought after Crace. You will enjoy everything this wonderful property has to offer and features include,
- Separate lounge and dining areas
- Tiled flooring throughout
- Galley style kitchen with stone benchtops
- Ample cupboard space
- Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling
- Master bedroom with ensuite and balcony
- Second bedroom with built in robes
- Stylish bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles
- European laundry with dryer
- Front and back courtyards
- 2 allocated car spaces plus storage
This townhouse is located right opposite Crace shops with supermarket, cafes and gym at your door step. Bus stop nearby.
Available for a long term lease
The Tenant will be required to seek the Lessor's consent to keep a pet.
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