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Beautifully renovated home in the convenient suburb of Mawson. Only a short stroll to the Woden Town Centre, Canberra Hospital and Southlands shopping center in Mawson. Easy access to the City, Fyshwich, Deakin, and Tuggeranong & close to all facilities in the Woden Valley.
The house has a brand new kitchen, bathroom and laundry for you to enjoy. Sleek timber floors throughout and a stylish covered terrace with a built in outdoor kitchen.
The garden has been stylishly landscaped with easy care plants, which are fully irrigated along with the lawn. Don't miss out! It will not be on the market for long.
Other features: - Ducted gas heating - Evaporative cooling - Bosch gas cooktop - Smeg oven - Fully irrigated garden - Sleek timber floors throughout - Fully enclosed yard
No Body Corporate Block size: 478.2 m2 EER: 1.0
** The information contained in this ad is accurate to the best of our knowledge but we cannot determine its accuracy. It is best advised to make your own enquiries.
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