Located in a stunning tree-lined street, the 'Pinoak Place' complex is appreciated for its quality solid brick construction and charming manicured gardens. Moments from an array of fantastic restaurants and cafes, this light filled apartment boasts an open plan living and dining area leading out to a private courtyard with high walls, providing an added level of security.
- Private entrance into complex - Generous bedroom with built-ins and leafy outlook - Kitchen includes liberal storage, electric cooking and dishwasher - Open plan lounge and dining area with tiled floors - Bathroom includes combined laundry - Floor to ceiling windows for a superb sense of space - Outdoor entertaining area surrounded by trees - Single lockup garage and visitors parking available - Walking distance to Kingston Foreshore and Lake Burley Griffin - Moments Telopea Park, 'Old Bus Depot Markets' and public transport - Please register your details to be informed of open times - Registering allows us to advise you of any changes or cancellations
Available from 5 Jun 2020
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