Move to the foreshore!!. Located on the Kingston Foreshore, lies this funky sophisticated one-bedroom apartment. Stepping foot inside you will instantly notice the amount of good use of space with an open plan design, modern kitchen that extends onto the outdoor Balcony . If you're after that something special without the fuss but everything you need, this is ideal for professionals, downsizes, first home buyers or investor. Its a wonderful opportunity to buy into the exclusive inner south location a lifestyle to enjoy the outdoors, restaurants, bars and cafes the foreshore has to offer. Close proximity into the parliamentary triangle Lake Burley Griffin and Canberra's CBD at an extremely affordable price. A must inspect!!
- Buy as tenanted investment or move in - Renting for $550 per week - Leafy outlook
• Walk to Parliament House, Russell Offices, Kingston, Lake Burley Griffin and Manuka • Secure car space with storage cage • Immaculate and modern kitchen with ample storage • Open plan living/dining/kitchen • Bedroom with robes, custom joinery • Chic bathrooms with neutral finishes • Stand-alone laundry with storage • Generous balcony • Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling and double-glazed windows allocated secure car space • Over 72m2 of living space • Intercom access • Quality kitchen appliances including dishwasher • Separate study area • Walking distance to Kingston Shops, Lake Burley Griffin and the Kingston Markets • A short drive to Manuka Shops, Canberra City or Airport
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