This tastefully renovated studio apartment, located on the ground floor of the Phillip Gardens complex offers great value and ultra-convenient living, the perfect property for the first home buyer or investor. Featuring a light filled living area, opening out to a spacious courtyard, enjoy the convenience of only being minutes away from the Woden town centre and restaurants, opposite the Phillip swimming pool, close to the ice skating rink, cinemas and only a short distance from the proposed extension for Canberra’s light rail. The complex offers allocated off street parking with ample visitor parking. This affordable property is waiting for you to enjoy the convenience of this location. EER 4
Features: - Ground floor - Light filled living area - Convenient location - Off street parking - Close to public transport
Unit size: Unit: 29.8m2 Courtyard: 12.3m2 (Please note all measurements are taking from original floor plans and are approximate.) Lease Commenced: 1974 No of Units in complex: 40 Outgoings for the property: Land Tax (Payable if rented out): $578 per quarter General Rates: $471 per quarter Body Corporate $314 per quarter Water $166 per quarter
Current rental appraisal is between $220 and $240 per week Full market contract available for download on the Maloney's website. www.maloneys.com.au
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