Awaiting its new excited owner or an astute investor, this light filled, first floor apartment could not be more convenient to the Westfield Shopping Centre, Canberra Hospital, CIT, two of Canberra's largest clubs and a range of recreational and sporting facilities. Public transport is metres from the front door and there is good off street parking in the area.
A north facing, spacious living space opens onto a balcony. The good sized kitchen has plenty of storage as well as Technika appliances and overlooks the dining area. Accommodation consists of two well-proportioned bedrooms, both with built-in robes plus the main bathroom with integrated laundry and corner shower.
This wonderful apartment has been freshly painted and carpeted and has new block-out curtains throughout. It has the potential to rent for $420 per week making it a fantastic investment opportunity or great entry point for a first home owner - definitely one to be considered.
• Open plan north facing living area leading to the balcony • Functional and well proportioned kitchen with Technika appliances and plenty of cupboard space • Updated bathroom with corner shower plus integrated laundry - dryer included, separate WC • Reverse cycle air conditioning in living area • Single carport and storage area located close to the entrance to the stairwell • Great rental return possibilities with potential to rent for $420pw • Ideally located with access to Canberra Hospital, Westfield shopping precinct, transport options, great schools and sporting facilities
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