Situated in the leafy suburb of Braddon this one bedroom apartment in the ‘Meridian’ boutique complex offers its new tenants the opportunity to live in the heart of City within walking distance of almost all conceivable amenity. It will appeal to those searching for an easy, low maintenance lifestyle to enjoy all year round.
Located on the first floor of this quiet yet sophisticated apartment complex, unit 19 has been perfectly located to maximise natural light and views to the surrounding city, whilst enjoying the delightful leafy surroundings from the balcony. The practical floor plan includes an open plan and light filled living space, complete with a split system unit and direct access to the balcony with a lovely outlook. The adjoining kitchen presents as new and includes a dishwasher and Stainless steel appliances.
Car accommodation is provided by an underground secure parking space with additional visitor parking surrounding the complex.
Whether you enjoy leisurely strolls, love quality restaurants and cafes or want to be within walking distance of all amenities on offer than look no further! 19/7 Coolac Place is one not to be missed!
Features include: - Light filled north facing apartment with tremendous views - Modern kitchen with stone benches, dishwasher and stainless-steel appliances - Combined living and dining space with split system unit - Access to the balcony from the living area with city views - Generous main bedroom with walk through robe - Convenient location just a two minute walk to a large selection of shops, swimming pool, skate park, bus interchange, the library, doctors, dentists, clubs and restaurants - Underground car space with storage cage and additional parking to the front of the complex - EER 6.0
The suburb is one of the oldest suburbs in Canberra, a relatively young city, settled in 1922 and gazetted as a division name in September 1928. It contained Canberra's first light-industrial area. In recent years this area has begun to be redeveloped as an entertainment and residential precinct. Other areas have been redeveloped with flats. It is now Canberra's most densely populated suburb.
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PETS: Please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided before any pets are at the premises.
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