Timber floors greet you upon entering this lovely 4 bedroom ensuite property. The good sized lounge flows to the dining room which in turn flows through double bi-fold doors to an outside entertaining area. A functional and modern kitchen with dishwasher will bring out the chef in you and a family/meals area next to the kitchen brings the living areas of this house together. Function and form.
Flooded in natural light and located in a leafy enclave of Curtin, this property will leave a lasting impression. Ideally located within walking distance of Woden Town Centre and Curtin Shops.
Breakfast on the timber deck in the morning sun, entertaining family and friends on the paved entertaining area, cosy dinners at home with the ducted heating warming you...
Features include: - Ducted gas heating - Evaporative cooling - Good sized lounge - Separate dining room - Family/meals room off kitchen - Single lock up garage - Large walk-in wardrobe - Ensuite bathroom off the main bedroom - Paved outdoor entertaining area
Pets considered on application.
The property does not have an EER.
Tenants must seek consent from the owner to keep a pet at the property.
At Hayman Partners we are pleased to offer our tenants flexible rental payment options including fortnightly or monthly by direct debit and can be scheduled to coincide with your pay cycle. Ask us for details!
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