4923A Gundaroo Road

$400 Per Week


Property Features

Property ID: 2944362


Quaint Country Style Cottage near Gundaroo

This quaint weatherboard cottage is situated on three acres, within a large rural holding. The cottage has a neutral decor and modern fixtures and finishes. There are two good sized bedrooms off the hallway, as well as a two way bathroom and separate toilet.

The kitchen is a good size with stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. There is a dining area off the kitchen and a good sized living room that looks over the front verandah.

From the large verandah there are lovely district views over the surround hills and pasture.
There is a large separate double garage and two good sized water tanks. The cottage is with sealed road access and a gravel driveway and parking area. The property is lightly wooded with gum trees and has easy care gardens. House garden included only, no paddocks are included.

- two good sized bedrooms
- two way bathroom
- separate toilet
- stainless steel appliances
- dishwasher
- double garage
- fully fenced

Rental requirements

NSW Properties
Rent is due on a fortnightly basis in advance

Bond policy
Four weeks bond is required upon signing the tenancy agreement

Group policy
Sorry no groups or shared tenancies will not be considered

Pet Policy
Pets will be considered upon application

Length of lease
12 month lease preferred

Viewing Policy
Please contact the agent on 0402 222 109.

Under no circumstances are you to enter the property or knock on the door.
Inspection of the property must be in the presence of the agent.

NSW Properties

If the property you are interested in is a rural property, we
encourage you to get an idea of the area to ensure that you are committed to living in the country, so please feel free to drive by.

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