North facing and light filled, this great value apartment is set in the heart of vibrant Dickson, with cafes and restaurants at your doorstep and with access to the light rail a short stroll away.
Living spaces are open plan and extend out to a bright sunny covered balcony, the ideal spot to sit back and relax. Indoors, the well appointed kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space and a dishwasher and features such as reverse cycle air conditioning ensure comfort all year around. The large main bedroom has a built in wardrobe and there is also an additional study or second bedroom.
Secure access is from the basement where the undercover parking is, or from the street, and there is also an additional storage area downstairs. Be quick for this one!
• Large main bedroom with built in wardrobe • Study /second bedroom • Open plan light filled living areas • Sought after northerly aspect • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space • Large sunny covered balcony for entertaining • Secure underground parking with storage space • Tranquil central courtyard gardens • Ideal location near to popular restaurants, shopping and light rail and within easy reach of the City Centre
Rates: $401.68 per quarter Land Tax: $466.48 per quarter Body Corporate: $1,000.18 per quarter EER: 6.0*
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