Conveniently located in the city's CBD,Founders Lane's Dawn, occupies one of the most coveted positions in all of Canberra, providing endless lifestyle opportunities. To the north is Lonsdale Street, with its endless tapestry of bars, cafes, and restaurants. To the east, beyond the cultural hub of Gorman House, lie the vast nature reserves of Mt Ainslie and to the south, a single road separates Dawn from the shopping mecca of Canberra Centre and the increasingly vibrant CBD.
Style & comfort epitomised
Dawn has been crafted with meticulous attention to detail. The luxury kitchen featuring SMEG appliances is perfect for whipping up an easy dinner or a gourmet meal for friends which can be enjoyed on the generous balcony. The stylish finishes in the master bedroom and bathroom will please the eye while there is well-designed storage space throughout the apartment.
The development is built around a central courtyard to provide a quiet oasis in the city while allowing natural light and cross ventilation to the apartments. There is also a rooftop garden to relax in while enjoying the amazing views including Mount Ainslie.
Dawn, pays homage to the past, through the use of recycled bricks in parts of the facade and the design around beautiful existing heritage trees, while looking to the future with modern, light-filled spaces and perfectly designed, liveable homes.
Features: CBD location - walk to everything you need One and two-bedroom floor plans Stunning 360-degree views from the rooftop garden Engineered black butt timber floating flooring SMEG kitchen appliance package Reverse cycle air-conditioning Modern slimline reconstituted stone benchtop LED recessed lighting
Call Sarah on 0448 249 199 to book a private appointment.
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