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Property No: 3170697

605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601

Apartment 222
$700 Per Week
605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601605/19 Marcus Clarke St, City, ACT 2601

Light Filled Executive Apartment

Light filled two bedroom executive apartment located right in the heart of the City with restaurants and shopping within easy reach.

Features include:
- Ducted heating and cooling
- Dryer
- Dishwasher
- Two car spaces with storage cage
- Video intercom, swipe card and lift access
- Access to complex gym
No current EER

Suburb Snapshot
Acton is a suburb of Canberra, ACT, Australia. Acton covers an area west of the CBD, bordered by Black Mountain to the west and Lake Burley Griffin in the south. The Australian National University campus covers most of the suburb, though also located in Acton is the National Film and Sound Archive, a branch of the CSIRO and the National Museum of Australia.

The population of Acton on census night 2016 was 2,086 people, mostly students living at the Australian National University. Acton was inhabited by Aboriginal Australian groups for thousands of years before European occupation. Part of this history is documented by the ANU Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Trail. Sullivans Creek, which flows through Acton, provided a culturally significant source of food and resources for Aboriginal people. According to historian Bill Gammage, part of the area now used as the South Oval was purposely deforested by Aboriginal people, to create a grassland area that may have been used for hunting kangaroos, camping, or as an area to await smoke signals from nearby. Scarred trees in Acton suggest that their bark provided a valuable resource.
The suburb is named in recognition of one of the region's original homesteads 'Acton' which was sited near the present-day National Museum at the end of Liversidge Street.

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Disclaimer:
Please note that while all care has been taken regarding general information and marketing information compiled for this rental advertisement, LJ HOOKER CANBERRA CITY does not accept responsibility and disclaim all liabilities in regard to any errors or inaccuracies contained herein. We encourage prospective tenants to rely on their own investigation and in-person inspections to ensure this property meets their individual needs and circumstances.

PETS:
Please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided before any pets are at the premises.

RENTING BOOK:
A copy of The Renting Book can be found at: https://justice.act.gov.au/renting-book

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