Located adjacent to the Griffith shops which is really a 'one stop shop' for all things great as it has an IGA, high quality butchery, arguably Canberra's best restaurant (Aubergine), a bar for casual dining (Gryphon's) and an organic fruit and vegetable shop. You will also be a very short commute to the Parliamentary Triangle, the CBD and walking distance to Kingston / Manuka.
Upon entry you will be immediately impressed by the generous and unique layout. You are met by a large entry hallway which makes this apartment very private and houses the European laundry, this then opens up into the spacious living and dining area that flows onto the north facing balcony. Both bedrooms are a generous size and the master has its own private ensuite.
Located on the top floor of 'Asprey' and with lovely views, this home would suit an owner occupier looking to live a private and vibrant lifestyle or an investor looking to secure a fantastic return on their investment. The property is currently rented to a great tenant for $575 per week who will be departing at the end of his lease in January. There is therefore some flexibility about who the property is sold to.
Perfectly located next door to Griffith Shops in a boutique building
Only 15 neighbours
Flooded with natural light
Fully-furnished and equipped
Balcony for entertaining or a morning coffee
Rented for $575 per week furnished (high rate of return)
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