Located in one of Gungahlin's newest and most popular suburbs, Moncrieff, this impeccable two-bedroom three-level townhouse is set in a well-maintained development, well designed to cater to all your daily living needs. This two bedroom townhouse is an outstanding opportunity for first home buyers, investors or young family alike.
Featuring a north facing design and balcony with scenic views, the floor plan is well proportioned and designed with a focus on open plan living, sleek kitchen detailed with stone bench tops, Fisher and Paykel stainless steel appliances including gas cook top, multi-function oven and dishwasher, this is the perfect space to spend time with family and friends all year round.
Making your way upstairs you are greeted by two sun-drenched bedrooms offering built-in robes each with own bathroom en-suite.
Features include: • Powder room • Reverse cycle AC • LED down lights • NBN connected • Stylish vertical blinds throughout • Double lock-up garage with internal access and remote • Crimsafe sliding door • Gainsborough trilock-locks • Loads of storage space • Landscaping to courtyard • Bus stop at your door step • Playing ovals moments away • Short drive to Gungahlin Town Centre and the new light rail for easy access to the CBD • Body corporate fees $ 490.00 p/q • Potential rental return of $460 - $480 per week
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