Situated amongst the beautiful leafy gardens of Argyle Square, this stunning federation style, 2 bedroom apartment is located on the top floor with a sunny and functional open plan living area that flows out onto a balcony perfect for entertaining family and friends. Light, bright and breezy throughout, this property is conveniently located within a two minute walk to the Canberra Centre and Glebe Park and only a short distance from Braddon’s fantastic eateries, the idea home for a city lifestyle enthusiast.
The updated kitchen features sleek finishes and ample storage, with a functional layout. The two spacious bedrooms both equipped with built-in robes, the property has gas heating to keep you warm in the cooler Canberra months providing all-year-round comfort. The property is surrounded by beautiful, luscious green gardens providing the perfect escape to enjoy the summer breeze. This fantastic opportunity to secure a little “oasis in the city” is not to be missed. EER 4.5
Features: - 1 Secure car space and lock up storage - Built in robes - Ample kitchen storage - Sunny living areas - Open plan living - Updated kitchen and bathroom - 2 spacious bedrooms - Gas heating
Currently rented for $525.00 per week – Fixed term until Feb 2020 Full market contract available for download on the Maloney's website. www.maloneys.com.au
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