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Positioned on the high side of a quiet cul-de-sac this fresh and ready to move into split level townhouse is convenient to the Canberra Hospital and Westfield Woden. Offering light and bright living areas showcased by high ceilings and large windows capturing views to Mount Taylor. Featuring timber floors, an updated kitchen with ample bench space and additional storage cupboards , two way bathroom, lounge, dining, two generously sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes, a separate laundry and further bespoke storage options. Low maintenance and private courtyards either side of the home with a gate to Ainsworth Street allow for convenient access to bus stops and a short walk across to Swinger Hill Shops. Two allocated car parks including one under cover and good sized storage shed complete an attractive package. Positioned close to quality schools, public transport routes, a fantastic opportunity presents for downsizers, first home buyers and astute investors. Avoid disappointment and move quickly...this property is not likely to hang around! Further information, please contact Steve - 0402 082 886
• Separate living areas including lounge room and family / meals area • Updated kitchen with heaps of extra storage cupboards • Two good-sized bedrooms with built-in robes • Updated two way bathroom with separate toilet and laundry • Private and secure front courtyard • Paved rear courtyard with gate access to parkland • Single carport and second allocated car space • Walking distance to hospital, shopping centres and public transport • Potential rental income $450 - $470 per week • Body corporate - $752pq approx • Water - $167pq approx • Built – 1987 • Size - 87 sqm
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