This oversize two bedroom two bathroom two car space apartment truly captures what it means to enjoy inner city living. Located in the Metropol apartments, and across from Canberra's beautiful Glebe Park, the Canberra Centre and CBD, there is no better location for anyone who enjoys being where the action is. Living in this iconic development, you will enjoy the top floor infinity edge pool or dining in at the communal gourmet kitchen.
This is one of the few two bedroom apartments with two car-spaces.
The apartment itself features the highest of finishes, including double glazed windows, ducted heating & cooling and floor to ceiling tiles bathrooms. The apartment comprises of beautiful fixtures and finished, sure to make you feel relax and calmed once you return home for the day. The beautiful timber floors provide that warm felling in winter and light and clean feel in summer. The floor to ceiling windows an impressive feature that encapsulates the city views. The apartment is 86sqm of genuine living space and has North facing living areas and North facing windows in both bedrooms. Conveniently located on the first floor. You could be ready to move in as early as January 2021 to this stunning brand new apartment.
Contact Justin Ingram on 0431 116 399 for more information.
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