Fully furnished Nishi apartment available for rent (electricity, internet, gas and water included)
Available from 1 October 2019
Located in the sought after Nishi building and featuring amazing views of Lake Burley Griffin, Parliament House and the Brindabellas this fully furnished one bedroom apartment is available immediately.
The fully furnished apartment is available to rent on a short term week to week basis for $700 per week or on a month to month basis for $600 per week. Electricity, water and NBN internet is included in this price.
A designated car park and storage cage is available for an addtional $50 per week.
Features of the apartment include:
--Designer kitchen with Bosch appliances including gas cooktop, good serving and storage space - Stylish bathroom with quality kitchen appliances - Gas cooktop - Bosch Washer and separate Dryer - Hydronic radiator heaters - Kitchen utensils, plates, bowls, toaster, kettle etc - Ironing board and iron - High quality sofa bed lounge - Double bed - Dining table and chairs
This property has an Energy Efficiency Rating of 6.0.
Allocated Car Space
Short Term Lease
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:57 m² (approx)
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