Rarely do you find a home that just ticks all the boxes. 102/4 Masson Street does just that. This north facing executive style apartment offers style and quality unmatched on this city side tree lined street. Opposite Haig park with a direct northerly aspect this apartment is filled with day round light framed perfectly by large floor to ceiling windows that connect you outside, quality inclusions and finishes are complimented by a generous floor plan on the ground floor for easy access.
Located a short 2 minute walk to the popular Braddon precinct and 5 minutes to the city offering convenience with views over to Haig Park, you will enjoy all the benefits of inner city living combined with the charm of these established parklands and surrounds.
Features Include: - Generous 3-bedroom floor plan (built in robes) - Ground floor apartment with large north facing wrap around courtyard - Generous sized kitchen with stone benches - Designed by Terry Ring and Associates - North facing views to Haig Park - Rooftop terrace with views over the Black Mountain Tower - Boutique Complex - Less than 5 minutes from City - Less than 5 minutes to Light Rail stop - Turner Primary Catchment Zone - Lyneham High School Catchment Zone - Short walk to The Australian National University
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