Ideally located in the trendy hub of Harrison, this second story apartment is the perfect property for home starters, investors and those looking to down size. Light, modern and low maintenance, you'll enjoy an inner city vibe and all the benefits of a central location without the crush of the City. A stylish kitchen complete with walk-in pantry and breakfast bar will have you grinning from ear to ear. With the tram line outside your front door, schools out your back door and walking distance to shops, restaurants and community facilities this one's too good to let slip through your fingers.
KEY FEATURES: - 77sqm under roof line plus 12sqm balcony, 4sqm storage - Good storage and walk-in pantry to kitchen - Large balcony with distant mountain views - Two side-by-side carparks - Lift access and cage storage across two car spaces - Dedicated laundry, linen and coat cupboard - Easy access to Gungahlin town centre - Opposite light rail network terminus - Access to great bike network and surrounded by numerous open spaces - Body Corporate fees: $936.45/quarter
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