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The Capitol, Canberra City's newest high-rise apartment development in the heart of the CBD. Located across from the Law Courts and Reserve Bank, this two bedroom brand new apartment has the ultimate in City living.
Open plan kitchen/living room with timber flooring Kitchen with quality stone benchtops & stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher Good size bedrooms, both with built in robes Double glazed windows throughout Reverse cycle heating and cooling Spacious balcony with open outlook Secure basement car park Spectacular entrance lobby Concierge service Secure cool room and package room Gym and sauna
FIRST TWO WEEKS RENT FREE
Available Now Tenants must seek Landlord's consent for a pet Energy efficiency rating is unknown
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