A beautiful and well-presented courtyard home in the heart of O'Connor. Offering almost 70 sqm of total living space, the unit sits ensconced in an oasis of greenery whilst being conveniently located to the city.
The open plan living and dining area, accented by neutral tones and up-to-date appliances showcases large floor to ceiling glass sliding doors that flow onto the beautifully maintained timber deck courtyard, maintaining a seamless transition from internal to external living.
The equally spacious bedroom boasts private access to the front courtyard through similar glass sliding doors. Equipped with a wall of mirrored robes, the bedroom offers private access to the double entry bathroom.
The unit also comes with a single underground car space.
Features of the unit: - One-bedroom unit - Timber-decked courtyard - Beautifully maintained common gardens - 53 sqm of internal living space plus 16 sqm courtyard - Previously rented for $445.00 per week
Close Proximity to O'Connor Shops Turner Primary School Braddon precinct Northbourne Avenue Light Rail Australian National University
Rates: $423.50 pq (approx.) Land Tax (if rented): $496.91 pq (approx.) Body Corporate: $1223.64 pq (approx.)
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