Fabulous opportunity to secure an executive two-bedroom apartment in a desirable Inner City location within ‘The Avenue’ complex. The apartment offers large open plan living and dining area that flows onto the balcony where you can sit outside and enjoy a view to Black Mountain and the city lights of Canberra. There are two good sized bedrooms, both with mirrored built-in robes, the master bedroom is complete with an ensuite.
The complex features a resort style landscaped courtyard with sparkling pool and lap pool, and a barbeque area under the shade of a cabana – the perfect place to entertain friends or relax after a hard day at work. Offering a fantastic lifestyle where you can enjoy all the delights of the city including cafes, restaurants, shopping centres, nightspots, theatres and parks. With the light rail right at your front door you can leave the car at home. From an investment point of view, the property is highly sought after, attracting quality long term tenancies and a high yield.
• Desirable city location with Civic and ANU nearby • Balcony overlooking the City and Black Mountain • Reverse cycle split system • Intercom and lift access • Glazing and acoustic seals to external windows and doors • Tandem basement car parks • Basement storage • Landscaped courtyard with two pools and BBQ facilities • Light rail at your front door
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