The Last Warehouse Unit in Kingsborough Imagine creating your dream property, rather than buying someone else's? Imagine being able to decide exactly where the bedrooms are, how large they are, and the perfect type of storage? Imagine impeccable construction, amazing energy efficiency, direct northern aspect and set within a buzzing community? The Kingsborough Powerhouse offers this, and so much more. Being sold as a 'Raw-Shell', Unit 108 is the last of its kind - and it won't last long!
With true North aspect, a floating floor allows bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and innovative storage solutions to be built to your specification. Pre-cast concrete walls and ceilings offer high acoustic and thermal insulation as well as the perfect backdrop to design your home. 3m high ceilings for that open feel, a cleverly designed Winter Garden, and delivered by Canberra's best builder, this is the home/investment option you only ever read about.
Perched at the Northern most tip of the Kingsborough Village, this apartment is a moments walk to the Jerrabomberra Wetlands and the Kingston Foreshore. Located close to cafes and boutique shops, there are hundreds of reasons these units sold off the plan in only a few weeks.
Now completed, with interior designers, builders and seasoned agents to assist you, don't sit back and miss out, call today to work with Dovers & CO Property Services to bring the dream alive!
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