This brilliant two-bedroom apartment is ideally located in the heart of Gungahlin town centre, in the beautiful Mezzo complex. Mezzo offers a unique living experience, one you will not want to miss. You are spoilt for choice with two large entertaining areas, outdoor kitchens, a gas fire pit, a residents only library and a lap pool with a spectacular view! Every day will feel like you are in paradise.
This home is perfect for those who love city living, great coffee and fine dining. Inside the home it is light and bright, creating an oasis for the residents. The two generous bedrooms have lush carpets and are filled with natural light.
It is beautifully finished, with quality fittings throughout and a dishwasher to the kitchen. The well appointed kitchen also features stunning stone bench tops and ample storage for all the bits and pieces.
This is not one to miss!
Features: - Central Gungahlin location - An 8-minute walk to the closest Light Rail stop - Two bedrooms - Single parking space - Reverse cycle air-conditioning - Open plan living
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*There is no existing energy efficiency rating statement for the habitable part of the premises.
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