Don't miss out on this great property, including your very own outdoor area and garden!
This is your chance to make inner city living as comfortable as it is convenient in this ideally located two bedroom home boasting generous sized living space plus a delightful study nook.
The quiet and peaceful Street makes it hard to imagine that you are so close to all that is on offer in Canberra City, ANU and surrounds.
Natural light flows in from full length glass doors to the open plan kitchen with plenty of cupboard space plus dishwasher. The dining area can easily be separated from the welcoming living area which extends out onto your very own courtyard space.
Relax in one of the two large bedrooms which have built in wardrobes and easy access to the sparkling two way bathroom. The cozy study nook provides space for your IT gear and documents. There is no need to wait for the lift as ground floor entry makes everything so easy.
Secure parking for two cars, large storage bay, quality inclusions, great design, reverse cycle air-conditioning, plus boutique complex all add to the appeal of this property. This property is perfect for anyone looking to live in a peaceful location, which is on the door step of a city lifestyle providing the best of both worlds.
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