This oversized, 2-bedroom apartment is situated in the sought-after Franklin development known as 'Edge Apartments'.
Offering light filled north facing open plan living area this outstanding 2 bedroom apartment offers a modern stylish interior with quality fixtures and fittings. The main bedroom offers an ensuite and built in robes, the second bedroom also has built in robes.
Enjoy the proximity to an abundance of shopping, cafe & restaurant options nearby in the booming Gungahlin town center, easy access to the newly developed light rail station and just a short commute to Westfield Belconnen & Civic. It's easy to see that this apartment is at the center of everything and makes for a desirable first home, downsize or investment opportunity.
· Secure 2 car accommodation plus storage cage · Reverse-cycle air-conditioning unit · Sleek kitchen with stone bench tops & island bench · Stainless steel appliances & dishwasher · Stunning balcony with views · Intercom access for guests · Separate laundry with dryer · Secured & private storage cage in basement · Moments from Gungahlin marketplace, transport, shops, light rail & parks · Living area 83m2 · Balcony 17m2 · Strata levies $3,197 p.a. approx. · Land tax (investors only) $1,212 p.a. approx. · Rates $1,144 p.a. approx. · Build 2009 · EER 6.0
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