Currently rented for $650 per week until July 2020, this is the perfect addition to any investment portfolio. Alternatively, if you are an owner occupier, take advantage of the rental income until you can move in and enjoy the lifestyle yourself.
The apartment itself has a large main bedroom with ensuite and a second bedroom with access to the balcony and is serviced by the main bathroom. The kitchen is light-filled and overlooks the open plan living area.
The Phoenix has some great complex inclusions such as a pool, a well-equipped gymnasium and a large terraced barbecue area. Public transport isn't a problem being on the light rail network path with a stop almost at your front door.
Being in Braddon, you will have plenty of options for activities on the weekends or places to dine out. The Canberra Centre is approx. a 700m walk away and Australian National University is approx. 1.4kms away.
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Two-bedroom ensuite apartment Open plan living / kitchen area Bosch stainless steel appliances Reverse cycle heating & cooling Currently rented for $650 per week until July 2020 Large balcony Secure single basement car space Complex pool, gym and barbecue area Security cameras located within the complex
So, don't drive past - come in, say hello and see your new home!
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