Perfectly located on the fringe of the Kingston Foreshore, this spacious one bedroom apartment will appeal to someone looking to capitalise on the amenities that the local area has to offer. The occupant of the property will be located almost halfway between the Kingston Foreshore which is home to some of Canberra's best bars and restaurants and also halfway to Old Kingston Shops which has a Superbarn (grocery store) and cafes that are great for a weekend coffee run. The property is also located within walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka and Russell Offices, meaning you can leave the car at home and walk to work. Stepping inside this one bedroom apartment you will be pleased by the northerly aspect that is on offer. It has a very private and leafy view into the common gardens. The apartment itself is of a good size and the functional floor plan means that the laundry is not contained within the bathroom and both the living and bedroom have access onto the outdoor entertaining area.
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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.
Reverse Cycle a/c
Available from 20 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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