Lots of Potential - Pretty One Bedroom One Bathroom Unit for a First Home Buyer and Downsizer or Development Opportunity
Pretty one bedroom, one bathroom and carport opportunity. New carpet, new paintwork inside, open plan lounge room and kitchen, separate bedroom with large laundry room and external rear access and separate bathroom with shower recess. New Euromaid electric standing oven and cooktop in the kitchen with ceiling cabinets and laminate benchtop. Main bedroom has a two door robe and vertical blinds. I look forward to introducing you.
1/12 Wirraway Crescent is also available - offering further development opportunity subject to approval.
Unit Title EER: 0.0 Stars One Bedroom Currently rented until 30 June 2020 - $1,194.94 per calendar month Part of Duplex Cavity Brick and Block Construction Living Size: 45.31m2 (approx.) Block Size: 366.4m2 (approx.) Block size: 916m2 (approx.) full block Rates: $505.61 pq (approx.) Land Tax: $613.45 pq (approx.) (if applicable only) One side of double carport Close to shops and schools (including Southern Cross Early Childhood School, Childcare and Scullin Oval) Close to bus public transport
Please note: Auctions onsite 2/12 Wirraway Crescent - 1 Bedroom at 11am Sat 30 Nov and 1/12 Wirraway Crescent - 2 Bedroom at 11.15am Sat 30 Nov
Both units can be sold together or separately
Contact Stephanie Hendry Ray White Canberra 0404 491 413 with any questions.
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