Rare Single-Story Freestanding Townhouse with No Strata Fees!
Nestled in a quiet Melba cul de sac and backing on to the serene Ginninderra Creek Reserve is this coveted two-bedroom, single-story, freestanding townhouse. Sharing the complex with only one other property, this property also has the added benefit of no strata fees making it an opportunity that you don't want to miss.
The home features two bedrooms, both with built-in-robes, that are segregated by your separate toilet and bathroom with duel access to the main bedroom. The generously sized open planned kitchen and family/dining area makes the perfect space for entertaining or enjoying meals.
Outside there is a large, split level, low maintenance and fully enclosed yard with a gate that allows you to access the reserve behind the property. The abundance of space and openness makes you forget that you are in suburbia.
Close to local schools and a short drive from the Belconnen Town Centre this property is ready for its new owner to move in and call it home. It's a perfect opportunity and all interested parties should contact Luke Hadfield today on 0498 012 919!
Two bedrooms with built in robes
Large laundry with dryer included
Balcony overlooking Ginninderra Creek Reserve
Fully Enclosed yard
Close to Melba Copland Secondary School, Mount Rogers Primary School, Miles Franklin Primary School and Belconnen Town Centre
No strata fees!
Living Space: 112m2 (approx.)
Rates: $1,864 p.a. (approx.)
Land Tax: $2,387 p.a. (approx.) (only payable if rented out)
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