Sky Plaza is one of the best locations in town. Walk across the road to public transport, restaurants, cafes, shopping, Southern Cross club and Hoyts cinemas.
Only a short drive to the Canberra Hospital, CIT, primary schools, Government offices and Marist College, this apartment is very conveniently located.
The spacious open plan living and dining room leads onto the balcony with a great view over the mountains. The large galley style kitchen with plenty of bench space is perfect for cooking up a feast.
Other features include: * Single car space * Storage cage * Reverse-cycle air conditioning * Dishwasher and dryer * Communal bbq area in courtyard below * Secure access Owner consent is required for the keeping of pets
EER: There is no existing energy efficiency rating
BOOK AN INSPECTION 1. Click on "BOOK INSPECTION" located under Open Times 2. Register to join an existing inspection 3. If there is no time available or if the time does not suit, please register and we will contact you once further access can be arranged 4. Please note that if you do not register, we cannot notify you of any time changes, cancellations or further inspection times
APPLICATIONS To apply click on the 'APPLY ONLINE' button and complete the 1Form application.
BOND AND RENT Bond is equivalent to 4 weeks rent (Bank Cheque or Money Order) Please note Total Property Management does not accept any cash payments
Available from 17 Dec 2019
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