Enjoy living within walking distance of all the amenities the Inner North has to offer including pristine parks and sports facilities, swimming pools, gyms, restaurants and cafes, supermarkets and other shops, medical and health facilities and easy access to the city and ANU via the light rail.
You can enjoy the convenience of being a hop skip and a jump from all the action. Yet have the option of retiring to your quiet new home, situated on a leafy oak lined street, where you'll forget just how close to a busy entertainment and retail hub you really are.
This wheelchair accessible single level townhouse boasts large front and rear courtyards, 3m ceilings, floor to ceiling north facing windows, flexible and spacious floor-plan, large bedroom with a generous build in wardrobe, oversized bathroom and shower, reverse cycle heating/cooling, AEG kitchen appliances and ample kitchen storage and secure underground car space with storage cage and dedicated secure shared bike cage.
Pets will be considered.
Allocated Car Space
Reverse Cycle Heating
No open times scheduled
Contact agent to arrange a private inspection.
Block Size:2015 m² (approx)
Maps and area information
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
North Ainslie Primary School, AinsliePrimary School