3/3 Eric Street Alawa, NT 0810

$380 per week
Property Details

3/3 Eric Street Alawa, NT 0810

$380 per week
Available from Monday 10th September 2018
Description

CENTRALLY LOCATED TO NIGHTCLIFF AND THE UNI

Unit - Alawa NT

 

All About Real Estate is proud to present this ground floor unit to the rental market. Come inside and be surprised at the size of this impeccably presented property situated in a small, well kept complex of three units.

Located in a family friendly suburb, within a short distance to Casuarina shopping centre, pre and primary schools, and local transport.

Featuring cool, easy care tiled floors in the living areas, split-system air conditioning and security throughout.

Comprising of 3 spacious bedrooms with built-in robes.

Main bathroom includes a shower with glass doors, vanity cupboards, basin, WC and laundry area.

Large, centrally located kitchen includes underbench storage, pantry, breakfast bar, electric hot plates, rangehood and under bench oven and a double sink.

Spacious open plan family-dining and lounge area with slide door access to the outdoor entertaining.

Fully fenced yard with paving and gardens. Undercover parking.

Just Perfect!

Property Features
  • Unit
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1 Parking Spaces
  • Air Conditioning
  • Carport
  • Open Spaces
  • Built In Robes
  • Courtyard
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Split System Aircon
  • Fully Fenced
  • Map View
  • Street View
  • Transit
Teena Pescini
Sales Executive / Property Manager
0407796274
Teena has been a Darwin resident for 12 years having spent the past eight years living in Karama. Originally from New Zealand, Teena came to Darwin for a holiday twelve years ago and after falling in love with the relaxed lifestyle, easy going people, the markets, festivals and the weather she decided to make the stay permanent! Teena has an in-depth knowledge of the sales and purchase process not only on a professional level but also on a personal level, owning two Darwin properties with her partner along with properties interstate and in New Zealand. Teena’s sales expertise stems from owning and running her own business over a seven year period. She affords a tremendous amount of professional customer service experience from 17 years in the hairdressing industry (seven of those spent managing her own salon), and three years in the hospitality industry. This has equipped her with the ability to communicate well with her clients during all aspects of the sales and purchase process. Committed to exceptional service, Teena is prepared to work hard for you to ensure that your real estate journey is one that is stress free, rewarding and enjoyable. If you seek a representative who genuinely holds their clients’ best interests at heart and with the ability to listen to you and work tirelessly on your behalf, please contact Teena today. The greatest compliment you could give our business, is your referral to your friends and family — Teena
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Gabby Sawyer
Sales Executive
0438 404 848
About Gabby Gabby is a born and bred Territorian whose family was originally from Katherine. She has an approachable, friendly and down to earth attitude with a passionate approach to selling Real Estate. As with her professional manner, she is totally focused on meeting the needs and expectations of her clients and is dedicated to getting the job done the right way in the right time. Gabby offers extensive local knowledge of the Darwin and its surrounds and is committed to the Northern Territory and its future growth. Community involvement A proud born and bred Territorian, I like to support local businesses and suppliers at all times. My family and I try to live an active and healthy lifestyle that we are privileged to enjoy here in the Northern Territory. For me personally, I want to support the people I have grown up with and their businesses. As I am passionate about the NT – its future, politics and growth – I also support my children’s school and the local sporting groups we are involved in. I have enjoyed watching Darwin grow over the years and being a part of its transformation – while I understand its future – I am excited for what that may bring in the Northern Territory.
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