Set within the Woden Green estate, Avoca is the first development within this ever popular town centre location.
Apartment #9 has a private courtyard and residents have access to a swimming pool and barbeque area all set within the parklike grounds. Avoca is well positioned within close walking distance to the Woden Town Centre with access to the bus interchange, shopping centre, eateries and a variety of recreational facilities.
Avoca affords exceptional resort style living.
The apartment exudes elegance from the quality appliances and high ceilings which is evident from the moment you walk through the front door. The spacious bedroom boasts built in robes, the kitchen features stone bench top, dishwasher and ample storage.
HIGHLIGHTS: - 58m2 of internal living area - Generous 51m2 enclosed garden courtyard - High ceilings throughout - Spacious bedroom with built in robe - Separate enclosed laundry nook - Ample storage within the apartment - Secure basement parking and storage cage - North-West facing aspect - Stone benchtops - Stainless steel appliances - Reverse cycle air-conditioning - Resident's private in-ground pool and barbeque facilities - Rental Estimate: $360-$380 per week - Vacant possession available
OUTGOINGS: (per quarter) General rates $446 Body corporate $698 Water & sewerage $163 Land tax $516 (investors only)
YOUR INSPECTION OF THIS EXCEPTIONAL GARDEN APARTMENT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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