Located in the heart of Gungahlin Shopping centre, this stunning two bedroom two storey apartment is available for rent. With both bedrooms having their own ensuite, suitable for that added privacy
Some of the features include: Formal entry Open planned living area Beautifully apointed kitchen with dishwasher, ceramic cook top Guest powder room downstairs Large balcony with some views Reverse cycle heating
Both bedrooms with ensuite to each room upstairs Large landing Single basement park storage cage
Central to all locations in Gungahlin Shopping Centre
There is no existing energy efficiency rating statement for the habitable part of the premises. This property requires permission for a pet.
Calendar monthly or Fortnightly rent is payable by direct debit and also can be available fortnightly via BPAY method Formula - Weekly rent divided by 7 days x 365 divided x 12
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Available from 1 Jun 2020
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