Block size: 3.67 Hectares approx.Apartment size: 170 m² approx.On floor: 1 of 3
1/5 Bowen Drive Barton ACT 2600
This large sub-penthouse unit is in the prestigious Landmark complex in Barton, close to many government departments, the Parliamentary Triangle, Lake Burley Griffin and within 5 minutes of the shops, cafes, restaurants and nightlife of Kingston and the foreshore. It has been freshly painted with new carpet throughout. It has a lovely NE aspect offering filtered views of Lake Burley Griffin and expansive views of the large landscaped gardens through double glazed windows. The unit offers executive living spread over 170m2 with an additional 94m2 of private balconies screened by deciduous trees. There are three double sized bedrooms, all with built in robes. Bathroom and ensuite offer striking black and white marble tops and floors. The large living and dining spaces flow well from the stylish kitchen which boasts granite tops, Miele appliances and integrated fridge/freezer. Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning throughout, fully enclosed and automatic secure double garage. This ground floor unit offers easy accessiblility for those with mobility issues.
Reverse Cycle Heating
Available from 18 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:3.67 Hectares (approx)
Apartment Size:170 m² (approx)
Floor:1 of 3
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