Please note ‘THIS APARTMENT WILL ONLY SUIT AN INVESTOR AS IT IS LEASED OUT UNTIL Nov 2023’
Welcome to ‘Metropolitan’ where contemporary living is infused with comfort, ease & luxury. Where undeniable sophistication is sited in what is undoubtedly a prime entry point into the popular City precinct.
The distinctive style, open plan living & high calibre inclusions are brilliantly showcased throughout this two-bedroom apartment. Presenting an exciting buying opportunity for the savvy investor with cafes, bars, restaurants, office blocks & the light rail on the doorstep.
- 109sqm of internal living area - 13sqm external balcony area - Kitchen with stone benchtops - Stainless steel appliances & dishwasher - Balcony to main bedroom & living area - Second bedroom doubles as a study - Ensuite with double vanities - Bathroom with bathtub - Walk-in laundry - Floor to ceiling windows with north, easterly aspects - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Secure single car space - Indoor heated lap pool & sauna - Fully-equipped gym - BBQ facilities in the common area - NBN Connected - Intercom - Rubbish chute - Pet friendly (subject to body corporate notification) - Walking distance to an array of Canberra’s trendiest cafes & bars ANU & city centre
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