Iskia is complete and ready for its next luck tenants. We only have two apartments left.
• Brand new construction, you will be the very first tenants to reside in the property • 2 bedroom apartments
• Ensuite bathroom
• Miele appliances including pyrolytic & conventional oven, induction cooktop, ducted range hood, dishwasher and microwave
• Double bowl stainless steel sink in the kitchen • Stone bench tops • Mirrored glass splashback • Sterling fixtures in bathroom • Concealed toilet cistern • Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout • Spacious balcony • Some apartments come with a dryer in the laundry • LED recessed lighting • NBN ready • Pre-wired Foxtel & Free To Air outlets • Under cover car parking in the basement (apartment 22 has one car space and apartment 24 has two car spaces) • Common gardens and gym • Available NOW
Iskia is located between the City and Kingston Foreshore and close to many amenities, entertainment and activities. Iskia is burrowed in the respected suburb of Campbell and is only minutes away from Canberra's CBD. It is designed for those who enjoy the city's lifestyle but value the tranquillity of an inner Canberra suburb.
Iskia is located within the Parliamentary triangle and walking distance to Lake Burley Griffin and Mount Ainslie not to mention the local Campbell shops are only minutes away, while a short drive can take you to an array of restaurants, cafes, bars and great retail outlets in the surrounding area.
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