This property is a superb investment. Currently tenanted @ $510 per week until December 2019 and located close to the many offerings of Casey and Gungahlin schools, shops and cafes, this property will suit investors looking to grow their portfolios. An owner or tenant would relish in the privacy and lifestyle offered with such a property. Thoughtfully designed with the modern-day occupier in mind, there is loads of storage, and large entertaining/living areas to save on maintenance and cleaning, a double garage with additional parking for storing projects and hobbies in a secure way, and the designated outdoor areas allow the owner to keep pets. Enjoy the local offerings on a weekend by walking to the Casey Market Town, sip a coffee at Cherry Beans Cafe, have a beer at the Casey Jones pub or head into Gungahlin Town Centre which is a ten-minute drive away.
Features: • North facing living • Three bedrooms • Master featuring ensuite and walk in robe • Built in robes • Double garage with internal access and remote control • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Small, quiet complex of 14 well-kept townhouses • Modern kitchen with gas cooking • Open Plan Living
Fast facts: • Block 10 • Section 29 • UP 3610 • Unit 4 • For sale by Private Treaty • 30 day settlement • Rates $363 quarterly
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