You will feel like you own part of the sky when you take in the view from this top floor, fully furnished and equipped Governor Place apartment in Barton. Unit 67 / 30-32 Blackall St is fully furnished and equipped to a high standard and offers all the comforts of modern apartment living. The bedroom has a queen size bed complemented with luxury bed linen and accessories as well as built in wardrobes. Contemporary furniture, 2.5 seater leather sofa, coffee table, entertainment unit with 48" LCD Ultra High Definition TV, and artwork make the living space both practical and comfortable. The kitchen boasts solid stone benchtops, AEG appliances, and practical working spaces. All year round comfort is achieved with ducted heating and cooling, sliding glass doors to the balcony complete with outdoor furniture and a wonderful vista to the Lake and beyond. Full lift access is available from the allocated underground car space, with a storage cage,and there is a gym on the first floor so no excuses for not working out! This beautifully presented apartment is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the quieter ambience offered in Barton whilst only being an easy walk from the foreshores of Lake Burley Griffin with its cultural and culinary offerings. Many Government and private sector businesses are nearby and it is an easy commute to the City Centre. Available from early December on a long term lease and viewing by appointment only.
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