Set in a quiet location, in a small and very neat complex, this north facing ground floor apartment is in an ideal position, at the end of the row.
The mature trees welcome birdlife and the position is a short walk to the local shops, schools and Mt Majura bush walk trails are nearby, with public transport stops conveniently just around the corner.
Offering immense appeal to either the first home buyer, downsizer, investor, weekly Canberra resident or Uni student, this property will satisfy many requirements.
The excellent floorplan sets it apart from others, with the benefit of two entrance and exit doorways.
You deserve this 'stand-out' apartment, which is available now!
North facing to the front Set back from the road Mature trees invite bird life Whisper quiet and private position Well maintained complex Professionally painted Spacious, open plan living room Huge, under stair storage Large, eat-in kitchen Two generous and sunlit bedrooms Entire wall of mirrored robes in master bedroom Bedroom 2 blinds are 'as inspected' Bathroom offers a bath and brand new W.C. Own hot water system Carport car accommodation Public transport virtually at the door An easy stroll to the local Watson shops and Knox cafe
Rates: $2114.51 per annum (approx.) Strata Fees: $2,367.60 per annum (approx.)
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