Don't miss out to move into this brand new 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 carpark apartment in the sought after "Midnight" development within waking distance of the Canberra City precinct.
Midnight stands tall as a single address. Inspired exterior facades deliver two rich facets of modern Canberra seamlessly in one extraordinary design. Cast your gaze eastward to Mort Street and beyond and be immersed in the intoxicating creative energy of Braddon’s iconic Lonsdale Street, with a distinctly more creative facade sending the boldest of expressions to the street.
- 1 bedroom - Double glazed windows - SMEG appliances - Reverse cycle air-conditioning - Stunning main bathroom - Separate laundry with large linen cupboard and tumble dryer - Ample double power points throughout - 1 secure car park - Garbage chute and recycling room on each floor - 25-metre pool with cascading waterfall - Private cabanas and outdoor kitchen facilities - Gym featuring state-of-the-art equipment and change room facilities - Private and public underground car parking - Separate 199-room Abode Hotel with public bars and lounges - Directly adjacent to the Elouera Street light rail stop - Moments walk to restaurants and nightlife of Braddon - 5 min walk to Canberra CBD - EER not available;
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