Flanked by Lake Burley Griffin on one side and the Jerrabomberra Wetlands on the other, this Brooklyn inspired development is perfectly located at the heart of one of the best lifestyle precincts Canberra has to offer. Stepping inside your eyes are immediately drawn to the unique finishes such as the wooden floors, the filament lighting, the subway tiles and black aluminium windows which perfectly frame different pockets of the view. The layout has been carefully considered and both the living room and bedroom have direct access onto the covered balcony.
You will be virtually at the doorstep to some of Canberra's bestrestaurants, bars and coffee houses.The Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka, Kingston Shops, and Russell Offices are easily accessible by car or jump on your bicycle and enjoy the ride along the cycle paths.
Available late December 2019 and viewing by appointment only.
*Please Note - All prospective tenants must rely on their own enquiries as the owner or their respective agents, do not make any warranty as to the accuracy of the information provided above and do not or will not accept any liability for any errors, misstatements or discrepancies in that information. We have diligently and conscientiously undertaken to ensure it is as current and as accurate as possible.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to keep a pet at the property.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to make modifications to the property.
Available from 19 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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