Mount Clear 4/24 Olympic Avenue
3 BED TOWNHOUSE IN PERFECT LOCATION
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PRDnationwide Ballarat is proud to present for lease 4/24 Olympic Avenue, Mount Clear.
3X Bedrooms: All of good size, with built in robes. 1X Dual access family bathroom: Offering shower, bath, vanity and separate toilet. Kitchen: Gas cooktop, electric oven, dishwasher and ample storage. All appliances are stainless steel. Open plan kitchen/dining area. 1X Separate lounge room. Heating/cooling: Gas central heating throughout. Full laundry. Rear alfresco area, perfect for entertaining and casual dining. Enclosed rear yard with easy case shrubbery. Landscaped front yard with well-established plants. Parking: Single automatic lock up garage with internal access to the home and rear access. Close to Mount Clear School precinct. Short drive to Midvale Shopping Strip. Short drive to Delacombe Town Centre. Easy access to Buninyong, Geelong and beyond. 12 month lease term. Pets upon application.
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To the best of PRD Ballarat's knowledge the property is not on the market for sale or being repossessed and the rental provider is the owner of the premises.
- Built In Wardrobes
- Ducted Heating
- Remote Controlled Garage Door
- Secure Parking
Get to know Mount Clear
Mount Clear is an outlying semi-rural suburb of Ballarat, 5.7 km south-east of the Ballarat post office. It is believed that it was named because of its relatively elevated location being cleared of timber during or soon after the gold rush. It is surrounded by undulating hills and flanked by bush and pine plantation forestry.