Situated only a short stroll to the new and exciting light rail is this immaculate 2 bedroom, ensuite townhouse which has been revived with new carpets & fresh paint throughout.
Natural light from the balcony effortlessly flows throughout the open plan living and meals area overlooked by the spacious kitchen providing plenty of bench and storage space and quality stainless steel appliances.
Both bedrooms are great size, the main bedroom includes a built-in robe, ensuite and balcony, while bedroom two features a built-in robe and serviced by the main bathroom.
Adding value to this impressive opportunity is the oversized double garage with internal access and direct access to the private, low-maintenance courtyard. Ducted vacuum, security alarm system, video intercom, Rinnai instantaneous hot water plus ducted heating and cooling complete this package.
Conveniently located within close proximity to the Light Rail, Flemington Road, Horse Park Drive with the Gungahlin Market Place and Canberra Centre at your fingertips!
Features: - Freshly painted throughout - New carpets - Double garage with internal access - NBN - Ducted vacuum - Security alarm system - Video intercom access - Instantaneous hot water - Heating and cooling - Open living and meals area - Balcony off living area - Kitchen with plenty of cupboards and bench space - Stainless steel Fisher and Paykel dishwasher - Stainless steel Chef oven - Stainless steel Westinghouse 4-burner gas cooktop - Main bedroom with built-in robe, ensuite and balcony - Bedroom 2 with built-in robe - Spacious main bathroom - European laundry - Private, secure courtyard - Body Corporate $418 per quarter (Dual Occupancy) - Rates $506 per quarter
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