Great single level unit in a convenient location
1/7 McGee Place, PEARCE ACT 2607
This apartment is located in a convenient location with just a few minutes’ drive to Woden, Phillip and The Canberra Hospital. Set in a quiet complex, only a short walk to the Pearce shops. Complimenting this home is the separate kitchen, combined laundry and bathroom. An abundance of warm sunlight filtering through the private garden courtyard into the lounge. Both bedrooms include built in robes, a single carport for sheltered car accommodation.
Built in robes in both bedrooms
Updated kitchen with electric cooking facilities
Electric hot water
Available: November 12th, 2019
Lease: 12 Months preferred
No animals/pets are permitted without express written consent from the lessor. If you intend to request consent, please include details of your pet in the application form. Note: Additional forms may need to be completed
EER Rating: N/A – no applicable EER on this property*
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