Furnished studio or unfurnished one bedroom apartment available now!
The sunny studio apartment is huge! It has a lovely outlook into the trees along Tench Street. It has been fully furnished by the owner to a very high standard. The large one bedroom apartment is unfurnished. It overlooks the beautiful internal courtyard making it very private and quiet. Both apartments are centrally located in the heart of original Kingston and a stone's throw from popular restaurants, bars and shopping. Great transport links to the city, easy walking distance to the Kingston Foreshore and the Manuka shopping/restaurant precinct. Studio features: - Superb furnishings throughout - Immaculate condition - Large bedroom area with large built in wardrobe - Large loungeroom and dining space - Kitchen with fridge, microwave and hotplates - Oversized bathroom
One bedroom apartment: - Available unfurnished - Immaculate condition - Large bedroom with large built in wardrobe - Large loungeroom and dining space - Full kitchen
General: - Secure building with intercom - Beautiful communal gardens - Close to bars, restaurants, shopping, Manuka and the Kingston Foreshore - Available now - Flexible lease term - Owners permission required for pets - EER not available for this property
Call Lee-Anne on 0447 539 643 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an inspection. BORIS.Property - Canberra's executive apartment specialists!
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