Located in the highly regarded and sought-after 'Oakleaves' development, this second-floor double brick apartment is a rare find in the Kingston market. It is positioned on leafy Howitt Street which is arguably Canberra's prettiest apartment street due to its large Pinoak Trees which line either side. Howitt Street is situated in a fantastic spot, halfway between the Kingston Shops and the Kingston Foreshore, making it walking distance to both as well as Lake Burley Griffin, the Parliamentary Triangle, Telopea Park and Manuka.
With only four apartments per stairwell, this spacious apartment is private and has windows on three sides to allow for both morning and afternoon sun. The floorplan has been well thought-out and the two bedrooms are generously sized, there is a study or third bedroom with a skylight for natural light and given the apartment is constructed from brick walls it is extremely quiet.
From the moment you step inside you can see that this home has the 'wow factor'. You are met by a large living room that is flooded with sun. The kitchen has been renovated and is shielded from the entry but has an open plan to the dining area. This property is ideal for someone who wishes to live the best of the Kingston lifestyle.
Brick constructed building
Flooded with natural light
Dual balconies to capture both morning and afternoon sun
Two spacious bedrooms + study / guest or childs bedroom
Renovated kitchen and updated throughout
Walking distance to Manuka, the Parliamentary Triangle, Telopea Park and Lake Burley Griffin
Quality external balcony blinds
107m2 internally + 19m2 of balcony
Outdoor Entertaining Area
Reverse Cycle a/c
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