Impressive apartment located in thriving Braddon, facing leafy Torrens Street and with the cafes and restaurants of Lonsdale Street just around the corner. This one bedroom apartment with study nook has ample space and features all the modern inclusions. The bedroom with funky bi-fold windows provides great views through the apartment to Mount Ainslie during the day, while block-out blinds provide privacy at night. The spacious lounge and kitchen area leads onto a large balcony for entertaining with impressive views. - Excellent location - Spacious with one bedroom and study nook (67m2 internal - Large balcony (19m2) with views of Mount Ainslie - Single car space with storage - Rent due and payable fortnightly.
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