This bright and spacious apartment is just lovely and situated in a quiet Cul-de-sac. Located on the first floor in a small complex with local shopping and parks close by, you just cannot go past this one for convenience and location.
Well presented and cleverly designed to maximize all space, the living areas offer open plan living to the kitchen and look out to the north facing balcony. The modern kitchen features, electric cooking, dishwasher, stone bench tops and an abundance of storage space. The main bedroom is well-sized, provides access to the balcony and includes a walk-in wardrobe that goes through to the ensuite. Not only is the main spacious but also the second bedroom offering built-in robes and is serviced by the main bathroom. Additional features include a separate laundry, reverse cycle air conditioning and one undercover car space with lockup storage.
Fantastic live in home or investment opportunity for the astute investor looking to take advantage of the great rental returns. Currently rented and receiving $520 per week the new owner will have the security of a great tenant from day one.
Features include: - Positioned on the first floor in a quiet complex - Open living areas drenched in sunlight from the north facing balcony - Modern kitchen with stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances and a load of storage space - Reverse Cycle A/C - Main bedroom with walk in robe, ensuite and balcony access - Second bedroom is generously sized with built-in robes - Main bathroom with bathtub - Separate laundry - Basement parking plus lockable storage
Situated in the desirable suburb of Braddon this unit offers the ultimate Inner City living lifestyle. Within walking distance to the city and the very popular Lonsdale Street, the property is spoilt in location with many popular Canberra restaurants, cafes and bars close by.
Disbursements: Water - $166.84 pq Body Corporate - $1036.pq Rates - $534 pq Land tax - $702.45 pq
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