(Please note we have had an offer accepted on the property therefore this weekends open home has been cancelled.) If you have any questions please feel free to contact me on 0473 444 666. Thank you!
This is the best value unit for sale in Franklin right now!
Situated on the second floor (top floor) this one bedroom plus study apartment is highly desirable; property ticks a lot of boxes price, privacy and location. Take advantage of this excellent opportunity as investment with a recent market appraisal of $395-$420/week rental income, or choose to enjoy an exciting urban lifestyle as an owner occupier, light rail is at your doorstep, so don't let this property pass by.
This quality property offers a generous bedroom with built in robes, study area that could be converted to a second bedroom, North facing balcony, storage shed, spacious light filled open plan living and dining. Kitchen is well appointed stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, dishwasher and quality fixtures and fittings. The bathroom offers large shower and quality finishes, European laundry with drier. With nearby park land, walking trails, views and a light rail stop at your doorstep and minutes away from Gungahlin Market Place this apartment is ready for new owners.
- Rental Estimate $395.00 - $420.00 per week
- 6 Star EER
- Close Proximity to the Franklin Shops
- Open plan living
- Built in robe to bedroom
- 1 car accommodation, secure parking
- Great views
- Second floor apartment
- Great location
Rates - $1,456.42 p.a Land Tax - $1,608.77 p.a Approx.
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