Unit 68 Governor Place is ideally located in the vibrant, ever evolving hub of Barton.
This one bedroom apartment is bright and spacious and offers a convenient and comfortable lifestyle given its proximity to nearby Government departments, national icons such as the NGA, High Court, and trendy boutique hotels with fine dining and cafe options.
The kitchen has ceaserstone bench tops, ample cupboard space, a built in dishwasher and integrated microwave. The open plan living space accesses the balcony that looks into the common garden area below and is ideal for entertaining and relaxing.
Make this attractive apartment yours with viewing by appointment only and with an availability date of approx Feb 20th 2020.
*Please Note - All prospective tenants must rely on their own enquiries as the owner or their respective agents, do not make any warranty as to the accuracy of the information provided above and do not or will not accept any liability for any errors, misstatements or discrepancies in that information. We have diligently and conscientiously undertaken to ensure it is as current and as accurate as possible.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to keep a pet at the property.
The tenant requires written consent from the lessor's to make modifications to the property.
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