**Please meet for the open homes at Ernest Cavanagh Street entry**
Welcome to Uptown, located in Gungahlin town centre which is ideally located with supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, shops, library, medical centres and more within walking distance. The start of the light rail and the bus terminals are only a block away.
This level 4 unit features full sized kitchen with breakfast bar, and open plan dining and living which opens to the balcony, which has views over the town centre towards the Brindabella Ranges. Both bedrooms have built in robes and the main bedroom has an ensuite and access to the balcony. The units are well appointed with dishwasher and split system heating and cooling and there is lift access to the secure parking for two cars plus a storage cage.
Enjoy the enviable lifestyle of having a growing town centre on your doorstep.
There is no energy efficiency rating for this unit.
Disclaimer: PETS: please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought in writing for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided in writing before any pets are at the premises.
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