Nestled amongst the quiet, leafy suburb of Yarralumla, this charming one bedroom apartment offers Inner South living at an affordable level. A functional design offers a reasonable living area, plenty of storage and a ground floor position for ease of access. Parking is provided for one vehicle plus there is off street parking for visitors.
Enjoy all the benefits of living in the sought-after Inner South including a short walk to both Deakin and Yarralumla shops as well as Lake Burley Griffin and quick drive to the City and Parliamentary Triangle.
Features of the property include:
- Ground level apartment - Open plan living area - Ensuite bathroom - Single carport
Close proximity to:
- Deakin & Yarralumla shops - Lake Burley Griffin - Parliamentary Triangle - City CBD
Available 22nd November 2019 Tenants must seek Landlord's consent for a pet Energy efficiency rating is unknown
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Available from 22 Nov 2019
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