Unit 135 'The Griffin' is positioned in Inner Kingston,just across the roadfrom the shopping, cafe and restaurant precinct that offers some of Canberra's finest dining, cafe and boutique shopping experiences.
This property comes fully furnished and equipped with the main bedroom offering a QS bed and 2 single bed options in the second bedroom. This spacious apartment offers appliances, kitchenware and linen and is complemented with reverse cycle heating and cooling.
Situated on one corner of the building this property has a private balcony with an outlook on to treelined Jardine St.
There is an allocated underground car space with lift access to the podium level gardens.
Unit 135 is available on a long term lease and can be viewed by appointment only. Available from late December 2019
*Please Note - All prospective tenants must rely on their own enquiries as the owner or their respective agents, do not make any warranty as to the accuracy of the information provided above and do not or will not accept any liability for any errors, misstatements or discrepancies in that information. We have diligently and conscientiously undertaken to ensure it is as current and as accurate as possible.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to keep a pet at the property.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to make modifications to the property.
Available from 20 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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