Auction Date: December 18 Auction Location: LJ Hooker Gungahlin at 6:00pm Bidding expected from $370,000
The Mosaic complex, perfectly located on Elizabeth Jolley Crescent, is not only minutes from the Gungahlin Town Centre, but is home to really spacious two bedroom ensuite apartments featuring segregated balconies and living areas. Apartment number 5 presents a tremendous opportunity for entry level owner occupiers or the astute investor looking to achieve a cracking return on investment - but you'll need to move quickly - our owner is looking for a quick sale on or before auction day!
The south facing balcony off the main living area captures serene rural views out to Canberra City in the background and overlooking this area is a modern kitchen that has the convenience of a stone bench top and stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher.
The north facing balcony captures lovely winter sunshine and overlooks the well maintained common gardens. The complex offers a well equipped recreation area and a landscaped internal courtyard making it the ideal place for entertaining friends. With quality features in a convenient location, tenants on a month to month lease, this property is a brilliant opportunity for either you or your tenants to enjoy the benefits of living in a beautiful apartment close to a thriving town centre.
Features: Separate family and living areas Segregated bedrooms with built in robes and ensuite to main Two large balconies Stainless steel electric appliances Split-system reverse cycle air conditioning Landscaped common area with BBQ facilities Secure underground parking and storage Intercom access to the complex Only minutes from Gungahlin Town Centre Light rail access to the inner north and City Centre Adjacent to the light rail and bus stops Just moments to local schools and childcare Rental return of $450 per week
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