Located opposite Farrer Shops, this two bedroom unit offers a fabulous opportunity to purchase in a sought after suburb at an affordable price. With double-cavity-brick wall and solid brick internal walls throughout the apartment, you can understand why it has an EER of 5.5!
The apartment features two good-sized bedrooms, along with a well-proportioned light filled kitchen that overlooks the living area. Sun drenched and functional in design, the open plan dining and living area looks out to a lovely leafy northerly aspect. Nature is at your door step. The unit is in fantastic condition and offers potential as a first home or a great investment.
The apartment is ideally located adjacent to the Farrer shops that include an IGA super market and the very well-known Fox and Bow coffee shop. Public transport is available from the front of the shops and you have easy access to Southlands shopping centre, Canberra Hospital and Westfield Woden.
If you are looking for a first home or investment, this property offers scope to add your own touches in a great location.
Features include: - Two bedroom apartment - Open planned kitchen overlooking dining and living area - Floating wood floors - North facing living and balcony with a scenic garden outlook - Very private apartment - Farrer shops adjacent including Fox and Bow coffee shop plus an IGA. - Single car port with private storage shed - Great opportunity to purchase in an sought after suburb - EER: 5.5
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