Spacious apartment on ground floor with massive courtyard
"Stromlo Terrace" is known for spacious ground floor one bedroom apartments, and this offering provides the chance to move into the emerging Molonglo Valley, Canberra's newest and most centrally located district.
This 67.5m2 (approx.) apartment is immaculately maintained with an open plan design, making it a comfortable live-in option with floating timber flooring throughout, a modern near new kitchen and the benefit of a large well orientated courtyard (72m2 approx). In turn, it also makes a sound investment option to add to your portfolio, with a current tenant in place paying $380 per week.
You'll have all the parkland and nature walks right on your doorstep in Wright, as well as the Stromlo Forrest Park, that has state-of-the-art running and mountain bike riding facilities just along the Cotter Road. The Molonglo shopping centre and amenities are a few moments walk away as well!
Call Jeremy today on 0418 429 470 to arrange your private inspection.
Outgoings (approx.): Water: $163.27 pq Body Corporate: $678.45 pq Rates: $347 pq Land tax (if rented): $403.71 pq
- Modern kitchen with stone benchtops, St George stainless steel appliances - Bedroom boasts built in robe and courtyard access - Oversized private courtyard with access from living area - Ducted heating, split system reverse-cycle air conditioning, floating timber floors - Secure underground car park with lock-up storage - Short walk to Molonglo Shopping Centre and parklands - Currently tenanted at $380 per week on a periodic tenancy
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