Block size: 6129 m² approx.Apartment size: 97 m² approx.UV: $14,520,000 (2019)
The best of Kingston Place
Nestled in the tree-lined streets of Kingston, Kingston Place is a four-storey collection of residences with architectural elements resembling the Old Canberra houses that surround it.
This spacious and sunny apartment is brilliantly located high-up on level 3 with coveted North-East aspect and district views across Kingston. Live the ultimate Canberra lifestyle, with Kingston shops across the road. With numerous cafes, restaurants and amenity at your doorstep, this property suits both live-in owners and the investor alike.
High ceilings, floor to ceiling glass and beautiful marble tiling to entries, kitchens and bathrooms are the first details evident. The large galley kitchen is stunning, with black granite benchtop, glass splashback, Miele appliances and abundant cupboard and storage space. The large open plan living space flows elegantly onto a large covered balcony, perfect for summer entertaining. There is also a separate large study or flexi-room off the entry.
The master bedroom is full of light and space, opens onto the balcony, has an amazing six lineal metres of wardrobe flowing into a luxurious ensuite. Bedroom two is conveniently located across from the bathroom and laundry.
Tenanted until January 2020 at $650 per week.
Call BORIS. on 0402 907 182 to book an inspection.
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