The Capitol, Canberra City's newest, modern, high-rise LUXURY apartment building. Located right in the CBD, across from the Law Courts and Reserve Bank, this is the ultimate in City living.
The Penthouse sprawls over two levels and has sensational Canberra City and lake views. The unique design has the huge open plan living area on the top floor connecting with a secluded open air atrium, that serves natural light to the centre of the apartment and two bedrooms. The master bedroom has an extensive wardrobe and luxurious ensuite with bathtub and heated flooring. Downstairs there is a self-contained bedroom, bathroom and sitting room with wet bar. Both rooms spill out onto the large deck.
• SKYHOME-two level Penthouse on the very top of the building with expansive views • Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, second living area with kitchenette, covered balcony, two secure car spaces, storage shed • Elegantly appointed apartment with double glazing, stone benchtops, timber flooring, wine fridge and Siemens appliances including 900mm induction cooktop. Bathrooms with floor heating and heated towel rails • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning • Separate laundry with combi washer/dryer • Electric roller blinds and sheer curtains • Spectacular entrance lobby with concierge service inclusive of cool-room and package-room • Gym and sauna
Boris Teodorowych on 0402 907 182 and register your interest to be the first to view this spectacular penthouse.
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