IMPORTANT INFORMATION PERTAINING TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) Due to the recent lift of restrictions around open homes, we will now allow a maximum of 10 prospective tenants to visit our properties for inspections. If you wish to attend an inspection, please ensure you register your details by clicking the “Book Inspection” button. Please note it is compulsory to register your details for an inspection if you wish to attend.
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This brand new, luxury terrace home has been thoughtfully designed to blend into the natural surrounds of the leafy Braddon streetscape, offers you a chance to live in your very own spacious terrace home within a vibrant location just moment from the city.
Light-filled living spaces, designer kitchens with custom joinery & luxury bathroom fixtures are just a few of the high-end features you will enjoy here.
Lumiere terraces offer the ultimate in functionality, with 2 spacious & separate living areas, segregation of bedrooms to maximise privacy & the luxury of an allocated bathroom to the 3 bedroom. The focus on practicality is evident with generous storage areas, high ceilings, & seamless connection between the outdoors & indoors, with the large glass sliding doors leading to the private courtyards..
The terrace contains individual lock-up garage with internal access to the home via the private staircase. Additional storage space is also provided within the garage, which offers a flexible space that residents can utilise for a variety of purposes. Offering up to 67m2 of garaging space, these terraces will ensure you have space for your cars, trailers, jet-skis or any other recreational equipment. This is a keypoint of difference & a rarity for a townhouse in such a location.
Lumiere Terraces offer the following premium features: Spacious living areas with high ceilings North easterly, landscaped entertaining courtyard Common deck & BBQ area Double glazed windows throughout Stylish herringbone timber floors to downstairs living Designer kitchens with 30mm stone surfaces Luxury bathrooms with semi-frameless shower screens & full height tiling Feature lighting Video intercom & alarm system to each terrace Oversized individual lock-up garages with internal access to the home
Located in what is undoubtedly one of the Canberra’s most popular suburbs. Braddon’s inner city location affords easy access to the cultural & business hubs of Canberra & a
In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors’ consent to keep pet/s at this property. The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
Due to COVID-19 Independent Property Management is open by appointment only. Please contact us to arrange an appointment if need be. If you or someone you live with have arrived in Australia in the last 14 days, have been in close contact with a confirmed case of the virus in the last 14 days, are currently self-isolating or are unwell, please understand we will not be able to meet you face to face and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
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