This well looked after one bedroom apartment is in a much sought-after location by both students and astute investors based on its affordability and absolute central location. Positioned on Watkin and Thynne Streets it is in the heart of Bruce's Fernhill precinct, Vantage offers location and lifestyle benefits like no other residential development.
Walk to the University of Canberra, Canberra Institute of Technology, Radford College or the Australian Institute of Sport. Shopping, entertainment and dining options at the Belconnen Town Centre are only a five-minute drive away. If you're more of a sports fan, Bruce Stadium is a short stroll away.
Apartment features a large open kitchen and pantry, while the living/dining area opens out onto a spacious courtyard, perfect for entertaining friends and family.
Community highlights include; Landscaped common areas, gated outdoor heated pool and barbecue/entertainment space.
Currently leased at $350 per week until January 2020. - High ceilings with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors - Reverse-cycle heating and cooling - Stone kitchen benchtops - Blanco stainless steel appliances - Stone bathroom benchtops - Laundry wall-mounted Fisher and Paykel dryer - Full height bathroom tiling - Instant gas hot water service - Study nook perfect for the home office
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