Block size: 4148 m² approx.Apartment size: 124 m² approx.On floor: 1 of 3
the courtyard entertainer.
When you're looking for a new home the first question is usually 'where do I want to live', this is commonly answered by the 'Inner South'. Then when you think of the Inner South you then decide that Kingston and Manuka are the best options because of their cafes, restaurants and proximity to the Parliamentary Triangle & Lake Burley Griffin. If this is the process you used to narrow down a place to look then you're in luck, because number 115/11 Giles St is perfectly located halfway between Kingston and Manuka.
Situated on the ground floor of the 'Adina' complex and flanked by two large courtyards, this spacious two bedroom apartment has been tastefully updated and would suit an owner occupier looking to enjoy the best lifestyle Canberra has to offer or a savvy investor looking to achieve a high rate of return due to its location within walking distance to the large workforce in Barton.
Despite being just moments from Manuka Pool, the complex has two pools (one indoor and one outdoor) and a sauna.
Ground floor with lift access
Great Inner South location
Two pools + sauna
High rate of return possible
63m2 internally + 61m2 of courtyard space
Currently rented at $700 per week on a 3 month lease
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