Superbly designed and built by the Willemsen Group, this sensational three-bedroom, top floor apartment is situated in the heart of Kingston and is ideal for busy professionals, who are seeking comfort and convenience, or those looking to downsize to a modern low-maintenance home that they can lock up and leave with confidence of knowing their home is secure whilst they venture out for a weekend escape or to enjoy the spectacular dining experiences to hand in the inner south.
Features include: a stylish renovation throughout; deluxe kitchen with high quality appliances and stone bench-tops; large open living area; fabulous privacy; generous master and spacious second and third bedrooms; and a large, sunny balcony ideal for entertaining.
The Griffin is a Kingston icon, highlighted by its proximity to Canberra’s finest culinary delights, boutique shops, parks and popular schools - this property has something to offer everyone.
Features: - 3 light filled bedrooms - Pendant lighting - new floor coverings - Secure parking for one car and additional off-street parking for visitors; with the ability to purchase secure parking for your second or third family vehicle on a monthly-fee basis if required - Large Fully equipped gym - Stunning landscaped gardens - Individually designed by the most renowned architect in the ACT - Reverse-cycle air conditioning
Body Corporate Fees: $1432.20 per quarter ACT Rates: $1537.50 Water and Sewage: $160.40
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