Block size: 302 m² approx.Townhouse size: 161 m² approx.UV: $304,000 (2019)
4 Bedroom 2 storey townhouse a short stroll to the light rail - Inspections by appointment from 1 April 2020.
This two story, four-bedroom villa is available for rent from 1 April 2019.
The lower living area is 77 m2, upper living 84 m2, and a garage of 36 m2. Sited on a block of 302m2, this has left room for a generous north facing backyard that backs onto a reserve.
Situated in quiet Sapling St, this property is just around the corner from both Government and Catholic schools with parklands and ovals and is a quick and easy trip to the Gungahlin Town Centre and access roads to Fyshwick and Civic and short stroll to the the light rail stop.
The home has four bedrooms and the bathroom upstairs. The master bedroom has a ensuite and a walk-in robe. The other three bedrooms have built-in robes with two bedrooms having views over the parkland at the rear of the property. There is also a storage cupboard in the hall.
Downstairs is the large two car garage and the lounge room which overlooks the streetscape. At the rear of the building are the laundry and a separate toilet with the kitchen, dining and family room with views to the backyard and parkland beyond.
The backyard has a large covered outdoor area and a good-sized lawn.
There is more storage under the stairs. The villa has both ducted heating and cooling and is set-up for NBN and Foxtel. The double car garage has a remote access roller door and internal access to the house and the enclosed backyard.
The current photos are from the previous listing in 2017. New photos will be posted when the current tenants leave on 31 March.
Inspections are by appointment only from 1 April 2020. There will be no open houses as per the current requirements.
No open times scheduled
Contact agent to arrange a private inspection.
Block Size:302 m² (approx)
Townhouse Size:161 m² (approx)
Unimproved Value:$304,000 (2019)
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