Located on the 4th floor of 'The Mark' building in the Founders Lane development, this brand new apartment offers the ultimate City location and cosmopolitan lifestyle. In the heart of the City, situated opposite the Canberra Centre, you are only a short stroll away from Braddon, public transport and all amenities.
The open plan living and dining space is light filled with timber flooring and leads out onto an enclosed balcony/winter garden room. This space is perfect for entertaining year round with the ability to entertain in comfort in winter, or open up the bi-fold windows on a summer evening.
The kitchen offers quality fittings including Smeg appliances; induction cooktop, electric oven and fully integrated dishwasher, appliance cupboard, soft close cabinetry and a double door pantry.
The carpeted bedroom includes a mirrored sliding door built in wardrobe and also offers access to the winter garden space. The main bathroom with stylish floor to ceiling tiles also includes quality fittings and a double showerhead (waterfall style head and a second de-teachable flexi hose head).
Additional features include a European style laundry with dryer included, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling, a single allocated basement car space plus a storage shed, access to the 8th floor common BBQ entertaining deck with beautiful views and video intercom access.
• 4th floor of the new Founders Lane development • Ultimate city location opposite Canberra Centre • Open plan living and dining space with timber flooring • Winter garden room for year round entertaining • Kitchen with induction cooktop and integrated dishwasher • Carpeted bedroom with built in wardrobe and winter garden access • Bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and double showerhead fitting • European style laundry with dryer included • Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling • Single allocated basement car space and storage shed • 8th floor common BBQ entertaining deck with views • Video intercom access • Energy efficiency rating - 7.4 Stars
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Pets In accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act Clause 71AE Process for tenant seeking consent - the tenant must apply, in writing, to the lessor, for the lessors' consent to keep pet/s at this property.
The lessor may impose conditions on consent, including but not limited to, the number and type of animals being kept, and any cost involved for rectification required as a result of the animal.
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