Block size: 1.12 Hectares approx.On floor: 10 of 11
Brand New Appartment on the 10th FLOOR , 2 BEDROOM - AXIS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PERTAINING TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) Due to the recent lift of restrictions around open homes, we will now allow a maximum of 10 prospective tenants to visit our properties for inspections at one time.
If you wish to attend an inspection, please ensure you drop a SMS to 0402-954-955 - SAM
- 2 minutes to TRAM - Amazing views from level 10 - Short stroll from Dickson shops - Indoor swimming floor - Entertainment area - Fully equipped gym - Lift access from basement - Less traffic noise considering you are on level 10 - Heating and cooling via reverse cycle unit - Underground parking (1 car space) - Separate lockable dedicated storage area in car parking - Uninterrupted views back to the Mount Ainslie and Majura Ridge - Secured building with intercom - Modern European style kitchen with stone bench tops, Bosch stainless steel appliances including dishwasher. - Dryer included - Main bedroom with sliding built in robe and sliding door access to balcony - Both bedroom with built in robes
Other inspection times can be arranged by calling SAM on 0402954955 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reverse Cycle Heating
No open times scheduled
Contact agent to arrange a private inspection.
Block Size:1.12 Hectares (approx)
Floor:10 of 11
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