An outstanding opportunity to enter this central and sought after suburb. Situated on the ground floor backing reserve and opposite the popular Curtin shopping precinct this solid brick one bedroom plus ensuite unit makes an ideal investment or entry level property.
Featuring a leafy outlook on to the reserve from the functional kitchen and meals area, the lounge area boasts good natural light from the North orientation. Within a short stroll to Curtin Shops, Woden, transport and only minutes to Canberra City. A fantastic entry level property, an inspection a must.
Currently tenanted at $290 per week in a fixed lease until October 2020 Solid Brick construction Ground floor unit Adjacent and backing parkland Sunny lounge area Meals area Functional kitchen Electric appliances One good sized bedroom Shared laundry (with one other unit) Close to transport Stroll to Curtin shopping centre Body Corporate: $1,201 pq EER: 1.5 Rates: $490.5 pq
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