97/2 Edinburgh Tower - Penthouse Suit, City ACT 2601
Superb apartment located in the Inner City.
Located in the heart of the City on the 14th floor, the apartment is both elegant and sophisticated,featuring a spacious living room, master with a large ensuite, 2nd bedroom and bathroom, designer kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances. Generous sized balcony where you can enjoy the benefits of living in an apartment with stunning and unobstructed views across Canberra.
An amazing indoor lap pool overlooking a central park style BBQ area with seating and lush grounds for those warmer sunny days or perhaps enjoy the gymnasium with complete with a TV and sauna The secure building offers the convenience of a lift to the underground secure parking and to your front door.
Features include: - Ensuite - Dishwasher - Built-in robes - Ducted heating/cooling - 2 car spaces - Excellent storage - Swimming Pool
Minutes walk to the Acton Precinct and City Centre with shopping, restaurants, bars & also walking distance the the ANU, this apartment is a must see!!
Private inspection strictly by appointment only and must be on 1 to 1 basis.
To book for appointment, please contact John Dunn on 0418 623 324 or 6260 7777.
Please note we DO NOT accept 1Form applications. Applications can be downloaded from the Dwyer Dunn website
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