A modernised top floor apartment that is light & bright inside featuring big open windows with tree top views out to tranquil parklands. This could be yours - or your lucky tenant if you are a keen investor.
Situated on a quiet street in the popular suburb of Holder, nestled in Barclay Gardens, this 55m2 top floor unit offers a renovated kitchen, bathroom and laundry providing modern applicances and decor. With all the work done for you, you can simply move in, or take advantage of a great investment opportunity with the current tenant on a month to month lease, but happily been living here for years & years. Not often do opportunties like this come along.
A great sized balcony spills out from the living area and offers a peaceful retreat at the end of the day and with reverse cycle heating and cooling in the living and main bedroom, your year round comfort is assured.
Within the peaceful complex there is a swimming pool to relax in and enjoy on the approaching warm Canberra summer days, and also an amenities room. Quaint parklands encircle the complex creating a lush environment to live.
An ideal location in Holder, walking distance to local shops, schools, bus stops and parklands or a short 4 mins drive to Cooleman Court Shopping Centre
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