Block size: 8026 m² approx.Apartment size: 80 m² approx.On floor: 1
Stunning North facing one bedroom apartment with large balcony, available for lease from 1st November 2019
Features Include: - Generous north-facing sun filled balcony - Spacious bedroom with balcony access - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Designer kitchen with stone bench tops, dishwasher and quality appliances - Laundry with clothes dryer - Secure intercom entry - Secure underground parking + storage - Onsite facilities including outdoor swimming pool and BBQ area - Great location - close to University of Canberra, Radford College, Calvary Hospital, CIT Bruce, Bruce Stadium and Westfield Shopping Centre. Walking distance to bus station, convenient bus connections to City.
Bond and Rent: A bond equal to four weeks rent will be required before the commencement of the lease. Rent will be payable monthly. Initial rent payment TBC based on lease start date.
Inspection and Application: Inspection can be arranged on weekends or after work hours on weekdays.
Allocated Car Space
Reverse Cycle Heating
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:8026 m² (approx)
Apartment Size:80 m² (approx)
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