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Mower Place, Phillip, Canberra

Early BirdPrivate room with shared bathroom
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About the property

Available from 2 May but would like commitment by 20 April to allow time for paperwork.

The 3-bedroom apartment is located within the Wilara complex in Phillip. A great quiet place to live with undercover parking. A short walk to both the Woden Westfield and the bus station (15 mins to Civic), the complex also comes with an outdoor pool and an indoor gym. The nearby Edison Park (with a disc golf course) is a great place to spend your allocated one hour of solo exercise time.

While your room is unfurnished, it comes with a generous built-in robe and a secure undercover car space. The rest of the apartment is furnished, though happy to discuss additional furniture. Super fast unlimited wifi (FTTP) and reasonable quaterly bills (not included in rent).

We keep the place clean and tidy, respectful of everyone's space and work schedule. Would suit a similarly minded student or young professional who's a non-smoker.

Property accepting of

Students accepted
LGBT+ friendly

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Room overview

$200 weekly rent$800 bond
Bills not included in rentInternet available, not included in rent
Private room
Shared bathroom
Minimum 6 months stayAvailable now
Anyone except couples
Unfurnished
Off-street parking

About the flatmates

You'll be sharing a home with with 2 young professionals working for the APS (1 male, 1 female - not a couple).

We're both clean, friendly and respecful. Interests include boardgames, sci-fi and talking about food. Both home cooks, the kitchen is a high traffic area but we always clean up after ourselves.

Ruisi is a quiet, easy going person with a dry sense of humour.

Phillip works at Treasury, easy to talk to and likes discussing politics and economics.

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