Located on the quiet side of the Kingston Foreshore this lovely executive apartment offers an unrivalled lifestyle with proximity to some of the best restaurants, cafes and bars Canberra has to offer. Perched high on the third floor of the popular Prince development t featuring a gorgeous central garden for the exclusive use of residents. Lobby entrances feature elegant stone flooring and brass lift doors. This bright and airy apartment features a large open plan living area, chef's kitchen, master bedroom with walk thru robe and ensuite., The property is elegantly finished with quality curtains and blinds throughout. The huge covered balcony offers opportunity for year round alfresco dining. Reverse cycle air conditioning, double glazed windows and doors throughout and secure basement car parking and storage unit complete this fabulous property. A quick walk across the bridge to the many restaurants, cafes and bars that are the Kingston Foreshore precinct make this an enviable lifestyle choice. Apartment Features: • Engineered timber flooring throughout living areas • Carpet to bedroom • Feature lighting throughout • Ducted Reverse cycle air conditioning • Double glazing to all windows and doors • High (2.7m) ceilings • Stone kitchen benchtop, soft close joinery • ILVE 900mm induction cooktop, open and range hood • Huge Covered balcony • Secure building, basement and lift access • Secure car spaces and lockable storage • Owner permission required for pets
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Car Parking - Basement
Available from 12 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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