Well-situated unit perfect for first home buyers or investors
This well-situated apartment is perfect for first home buyers or investors. With an anticipated rental of $370 to $390 per week, this is a rare opportunity not to be missed!
Freshly painted throughout, this two-bedroom apartment is located on the top floor in the quiet and tightly held 'Attunga Terraces' complex. Situated on the skirts of Mount Taylor, future owners can look forward to stunning views from the bedroom and kitchen, and access to peaceful walking trails throughout the Mount Taylor reserve.
New carpets have been installed throughout the property and the combined laundry and bathroom has been upgraded with a new vanity and a new toilet. Built-in-robes feature in both bedrooms and with a large hallway cupboard you will be spoilt for storage. Full-sized windows and a covered balcony give unobstructed views from the living area and create a beautiful and light-filled entertaining space.
Local Pearce shops are only a short walk away and include restaurants, a cafe, a grocer, and anything else you could need right at your fingertips. The inner Woden Valley location also puts you only minutes away from the Woden and Phillip business precincts.
Easterly aspect and views from the main bedroom and living area Built-in-robes to all bedrooms Freshly painted in neutral colours New carpets New LED lights Full-length window and door from the light-filled living area to the balcony Generous internal storage Views to Mt Taylor from second bedroom and kitchen Single carport Quiet and private complex Excellent local schools, and popular local shops and transport a short walk away Conveniently located close to Phillip and Mawson Approximately 4kms to The Canberra Hospital Access to Mt Taylor reserve EER 4 Built in 1977 General rates - $1982.55 per annum Body corporate fees - $2592.50 per annum
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