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Central Location, Wonderfully PresentedProperty ID 1541763If you are looking for a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home that has a wonderful feel and close to everything that Woden has to offer, then this property needs to be on your inspection list. The Tri-level design gives great separation between the different areas whilst maintaining the open feel and the property is dressed in neutral tones throughout.
The main bedroom is serviced by an ensuite bathroom as well as a walk in wardrobe and the two minor bedrooms also have wardrobes plus balcony access. The living area has large windows that allow maximum light to flood this area and access to the large functional main courtyard. The kitchen is very functional and provides good storage and preparation areas as well as a new dishwasher.
Located close the major shopping and dining precinct of Woden Town Centre with easy access to the Hospital and the city, this is an ideal property for the busy professional.
-3 bedrooms with wardrobes
-Ensuite to main bedroom and balcony access to the 2 minor bedrooms
-Separate lounge and dining
-2 functional courtyards
-Powder room in addition to the 2 other bathrooms
Sorry no pets
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