Block size: 2309 m² approx.Townhouse size: 102 m² approx.
A Golden Investment
Come and check out this beautiful two-bedroom townhouse in the heart of Belconnen. This is a fantastic pad close to all the amenities you can ask for be it the Belconnen shopping centre, lake, restaurants, cafes, 24 hours Gym, public transport or whatever you need to live an active and beautiful life style. With a nice and warm living area downstairs and both the bedroom's upstairs there is also a large balcony looking out over surrounding gardens and gum trees. It can serve as your own little outdoor area to have a BBQ and sit and enjoy summer nights or you could curl up on the couch in winter. The townhouse comes with its own allocated carport. Features at a Glance: - 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, Separate laundry and store room, 1 carport, 1 large balcony. - Surrounding trees and gardens providing cool and shade in summer. - Close walk to the Belconnen shopping centre, lake, restaurants, cafes, 24 hours Gym and public transport. - Total roof area: 103 Sqm (approx) - Internal house area: ~76 Sqm - Verandah: ~9 Sqm - Carport: ~18 Sqm - Potential rent of around $450 per week. - Council rates: $545 per quarter - Water rates: $166 approx. per quarter - Strata fees: $669 approx. per quarter
Proudly presented by Harcourts Belconnen the property is open for public viewing now and will have regular open homes so please keep an eye on open home timings or be quick to call and make an appointment with Ajay Kumar on 0401 536 362 for your private viewing. Being a golden opportunity for a great investment in bustling Belconnen, this outstanding property won't last long!
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