62/11 Wimmera Street Harrison
$410 Per Week
Perfect Location, One Bedroom Ground Floor Unit
This ground floor 1 bedroom plus study apartment is located in the sought after complex of Harrison Green.
Offering open plan living boasting a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher.
Heating and cooling is provided by a reverse cycle split air conditionIng system
Parking wise there 2 underground basement parking and storage cage. Plus visitors parking in the complex.
Being so close to the tram stop, Woolies, coffee guru etc, the location of this apartment is always in demand.
Main features include
Mirrored Builtin wardrobe
Modern two way bathroom
European laundry in cupboard
Spacious open plan living
Stainless steel Dishwasher
Stainless steel Gas hotplates check
Stainless steel Builtin oven
Ground floor unit
Small courtyard with gate
Close to tram stop
Close to local shops including Woolworth, bed, coffee guru, hairdressers, beautician,doctors
Across from Harrison school and day care
In sought after Harrison Green with Thai herb restaurant right on your doorstep.
2 car spots
Rent is due on a per calendar month basis in advance
Four weeks bond is required upon signing the tenancy agreement
Sorry no groups or shared tenancies will be considered
Pets will be considered with excellent reference.
Length of lease
12 month lease preferred or longer
Energy Rating (for ACT properties only)
The energy rating for this property is 0
Please contact the agent on 0402 222 109.
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