3 Bedrooms plus study
67 Prichard Cct, RICHARDSON ACT 2905
3 Bedroom plus study family home available for rent. The study can double as a 4th bedroom, if needed. There is a newly renovated ensuite and three RCAC units located in the lounge room, family room and main bedroom.
There is a large covered deck for entertaining. Single carport with large shed in the back for storage. All appliances are electric so there is no gas connected to the property and it isn’t needed.
Solar panels have been installed to this property and the electricity account will stay in the owners name. The tenants will be responsible for usage and billed from our office.
Please note There is an electric wall heater in the lounge room that doesn’t work and will not be repaired.
– newly renovated ensuite
– new curtains throughout
– family room and bedrooms have recently been painted
– new dishwasher
– plenty of storage
Lease: 12 Months preferred
Pets considered on application
EER Rating: 3* (2017)
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*EER is the Energy Efficiency Rating. An EER rating can be issued anytime from 1997. We advise you check the issue date of an EER, if the rating is of importance to you when choosing a property. Where N/A is noted, this is because the owner has not been in a position to need to commission an assessment.
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