16 Banks Street, YARRALUMLA ACT 2600One of Canberra's finest and most sought after suburbs is offering this large, updated 3 bedroom home with study. Nestled in close proximity to the iconic Yarralumla cafe precinct, it is also close to local schools and playing fields. This home features 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, main also has a walk in robe. The kitchen overlooks the low maintenance rear garden and covered deck area, ideal for entertaining guests. The generously sized north lounge room boasts floor to ceiling windows and a study nook, perfect for the home office or study space.
3 bedrooms with built in robes, main with walk in robe
Separate study area
Renovated kitchen with updated appliances
Large covered patio perfect for entertaing
Reverse cycle air con in living room
PLEASE NOTE: The garage under the house is locked and does not form part of the tenancy.
Lease: 12 Months preferred
Sorry, no pets
EER Rating: 0(2014)*
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