This large ground-floor apartment is set back from the street, facing onto a private rear yard. The authentic Braddon lifestyle, walking distance from light rail and Ainslie’s village shops. With a clever layout allowing for versatile study nook, the two master bedrooms are separated by the living area and each have large wardrobes, as well as access to separate ensuite bathrooms, full height, double glazed widows for natural light and quiet. The living area flows from distinct living and dining spaces to a large practical kitchen, which overlooks the leafy back yard with lawn and shade for entertaining guests, children and pets.
• Quiet, leafy yard to the rear offers large space for kids, pets or entertaining • Ideal Braddon location walking distance from the light rail and Ainslie’s village shops • Two private master bedrooms, each with large built-in wardrobes • Large and practical kitchen with storage and preparation space with green outlook • Two-way bathroom serves as ensuite to second bedroom • Highly secure, small, private and quality maintained complex • Well suited for strong rent return • 87sqm internally with a front balcony of 13sqm and a rear courtyard of 71sqm • Two secure allocated underground car spots and private storage cage, along with several additional visitors spaces for short term use in the block
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