A rare opportunity exists to secure this stylish two-bedroom apartment in the popular 'Acadia Complex'.
Acadia at O'Connor is a small boutique development of just 16 apartments in a quiet, leafy inner north setting.
This ground floor light filled apartment offers a fantastic lifestyle in an enviable and vibrant location. Beautiful in design and enjoying the conveniences of popular O'Connor shops right at your doorstep!
This two-bedroom apartment offers quality modern living with the convenience of 81m² (approx) ground floor living and your own private courtyard. Both bedrooms are a generous size and are equipped with built in robes.
Available for owner occupier or investor.
- Main bedroom with ensuite - Both bedrooms have built in robes - Restricted access basement parking - Study nook - Private courtyard - Custom kitchen with stone benchtops - Reverse cycle heating & cooling - Quality stainless steel appliances including dishwasher - Close to public transport - Floor area: 81m² + courtyard - Rates: $1,463 p.a - Land tax: $1,640 p.a - Strata fees: $3,607 p.a - EER: 6.0 *All figures are approximate
Property Type: Unit
legal Details: Energy Efficiency Rating: 6.0
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