Ground floor Apartment with courtyard in Boutique Building
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'Jandura' is a gorgeous, boutique complex located in leafy O'Connor; close to local shops and schools, bus and tram stops, and right on the local bike path that takes you to the Australian National University. Just several years old, this lovely apartment is on the ground floor and has a terrific courtyard with security gate and manicured front hedge. Facing north-east, the apartment is bathed in sunshine, natural light and is neat as a pin. Currently tenanted at $455/week this property suits both the investor and owner occupier.
• 59sqm of living plus 30sqm courtyard with overhead cover and synthetic grass • Stylish kitchen with stone benchtops, European appliances and plenty of storage • Large square, open plan living space with designated living and dining areas • Spacious bathroom with floor to ceiling tiling in neutral, clean tones • Spacious bedroom with proper wardrobe cabinet doors and drawers • Separate store-room off the kitchen • Quality window treatments • Split system reverse cycle air conditioning • Secure basement carspace and storage • Complex has beautiful gardens for entertaining • Fixed term lease expires 19th March 2020 • Rates $444/q, Land tax $547/q (only applies if rented), Strata $835/q, water 167/q
Inspection highly recommended, motivated vendor.
Call BORIS on 0402 907 182 Canberra's Luxury Apartment Specialist
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