33 Irvine Street, WATSON ACT 2602This 3 bedroom home is located in the central and leafy suburb of Watson.Updated throughout, this property offers both convenience and comfort. Within seconds of Watson primary school, shops and bus stops, and only minutes drive to the City this property is in a key location.
- Modern kitchen includes electric appliances, a dishwasher, stylish splashback tiles and a large pantry
- Quality carpets and blinds throughout
- Two of the massive bedrooms have built in wardrobes, offering plenty of space
- Bathroom with both bath and shower facilities & separate toilet
- Internal laundry
- Split system air conditioning to lounge room
- Additional linen cupboards for storage
- The backyard is easy care, a good size and enclosed with colorbond fencing.
Don't miss this opportunity to secure the perfect home in the perfect location!
Available: 3 June 2019
Lease: 12 Months preferred
Sorry, no pets
EER Rating: N/A -no applicable EER on this property*
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