18/75 Elizabeth Jolley Crescent, Franklin ACT 2913
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If you are looking for your next investment property or first home then this is it!
This modern, one bedroom apartment located on the first floor in the ‘Mosaic’ complex in Franklin is a must see.
The moment you step inside, you are welcomed with the abundance of natural light to the open plan living area. The kitchen is modern and functional with stone bench tops including a breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and ample cupboard space. Flowing from the living area is the generous sized balcony, which you also have access to from the bedroom.
Located in the forever growing region of Gungahlin you will be within walking distance to Gungahlin Town Centre, where there is an array of Cafés, restaurants, clubs, there is also Coles, Woolworths, Kmart all at your fingertips. The light rail is right at your doorstep, which means the commute to the City is a breeze.
Features of the property include;
Open plan living area Kitchen with stone bench tops and dishwasher Reverse cycle air conditioner in living room Access to balcony off the bedroom and living room Within easy access to the Gungahlin Town Centre and all the amenities it has to offer 1 car space Storage space Dryer
General Rates: $1,414 per annum approx. Land Tax: $1,549 per annum approx. Body Corporate Levies: $2,226 per annum approx.
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