Located in the leafy streets of trendy Braddon, this 1 bedroom ground floor apartment features designer fittings & decor plus open plan living. The stylish kitchen features offers ample cupboard space & Fisher & Paykel stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher.
Other features include laundry equipped with dryer, built-in robe to the bedroom, single allocated car space & reverse-cycle heating & cooling for comfort all year round.
- Reverse-cycle heating & cooling
- Built-in robes
- Single carport
- Spacious courtyard
- Dryer included
This property is within walking distance from boutique Braddon & the City centre, offering an array of acclaimed restaurants, cafes & shops to choose from.
Available late November 2019
In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors’ consent to keep pet/s at this property.
The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
Applications are available on our website, however please note these are unable to be considered until the property has been viewed.
Reverse Cycle Heating
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