Upon entering this two bedroom apartment you will be impressed with the light filled living area. The kitchen features a gas cooktop, stainless steel dishwasher and ample benchspace. Both bedrooms are good size with built in robes and the master bedroom with a private ensuite.
Other features include - New carpets throughout - Freshly painted throughout - Open plan living - Two good sized bedrooms - Allocated car space with storage
Ideally located in the popular suburb of Weetangera, just a short drive to the Belconnen Town Center or Canberra Center.
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Suburb Snapshot Weetangera is named after the property "Spring Vale", which in turn had been given a name of Aboriginal origin, due to a spring near the site of the original Public School called "Wittanjirra" in the local Aboriginal dialect, meaning "to suck, to drink greedily". Samuel Shumack lived at "Spring Vale" between 1866 and 1915. Shumack and his father had taken up the land for farming when Samuel was eight years old. Samuel Shumack lived on the property with his family until it was claimed as land for the nation's capital in 1915. Weetangera was also the name for the Weetangera parish, which included the land from Ginninderra Creek to the Molonglo River. The Southwell family were significant to this property, and various members of the family are buried in the Weetangera Cemetery and former Methodist Church now sited to the west of the adjoining suburb, Hawker. Weetangera has a small shopping centre containing a bakery, beauty salon, dentist, coffee shop, gym, Pakistani restaurant and cleaner. The suburb is also home to the Weetangera Neighbourhood Oval. The ACT Government announced restoration plans for the oval in June 2012, committing $4 million to three ovals, including the Weetangera oval, over a three-year period. The money is for the installation of irrigation systems, synthetic cricket wickets and practice nets, floodlights and a small pavilion and toilet block.
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PETS: Please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided before any pets are at the premises.
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