Quality one bedroom apartment in excellent location
Positioned on the 3rd floor of this quality, quiet apartment building, this one bedroom apartment will be sure to impress.
Wake up with the view of Parliament House from your bedroom and enjoy the lifestyle choice of living in the central suburb within minutes walk to Lake Burley Griffin, Kingston Foreshore and the Parliamentary Triangle.
The naturally light apartment offers a spacious open plan living with a functional kitchen, generous bedroom and bathroom.
The kitchen features an induction cooktop, dishwasher, built in microwave and a spacious European laundry at the end.
There are built in wardrobes in the bedroom and both the bedroom and living room open onto the well sized balcony.
The apartment can be leased unfurnished or furnished to suit the tenant.
Additional features include: Reverse cycle AC unit Single car space in underground parking with storage cage Intercom and lift access Double glazed windows Fibre to the premises- NBN WiFi
1form tenancy application forms will not be reviewed.
Reverse Cycle a/c
Available from 15 Nov 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:5468 m² (approx)
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