This exclusive top floor three bedroom ensuite executive apartment is located in the highly sought-after Bentley complex.
Situated in the heart of Canberra's Inner South and close to the Parliamentary Triangle and the many restaurants and boutiques of Kingston and Manuka - there is no doubt you will enjoy the fabulous lifestyle offered by this wonderful property.
The spacious open-plan living area is positioned to enjoy the pleasant outlook of the surrounding streetscape and the complex gardens and offers the flexibility to configure your living arrangements in a number of different ways.
The stylish kitchen features ample storage and benchspace and quality appliances including a dishwasher.
The three bedrooms all feature generous storage options - with the master bedroom boasting a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
Additional features include: split-system air-conditioning for year-round comfort; two covered balconies for entertaining/relaxing; a very inviting complex swimming pool; security access to the building; basement storage; as well as the option of two secure car parking spaces.
This appealing residence is available from mid June and with this fabulous location you will have the very best of what Canberra has to offer right on your doorstep!
PETS: please be aware that at all stages of tenancy this property requires consent to be sought in writing from the lessor for the keeping of any pets at the premises. Consent must be provided in writing before any pets are at the premises.
Please note that during the current Covid-19 restrictions no open homes will be held. Private viewings only.
To arrange an inspection contact Kay Stares on 02 6162 0002
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