Offering modern interiors, elevated outlooks, plus an ultra-convenient address combined to make this spacious apartment a great choice for the live-in owner or investors alike. Set within a contemporary secure building, this sought-after 'lifestyle address' has easy access to the CBD, public transport, schools, and some of the best cosmopolitan offerings of the inner north bars, restaurants and pub scene Canberra has to offer.
- Currently leased until January 2020 - Boutique development offering an enviable locale - Spacious kitchen with Bosch appliances - Contemporary fittings and fixtures - Generously sized Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe - Combined lounge and dining area flooded with natural light - Interiors open to sun washed balcony with tranquil leafy views - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Secure parking spaces with storage - Easy stroll to universities, transport, shops, restaurants and bars - Security intercom system to apartment - Pool within the complex for residence - Leased for $475.00 per week - 65sqm of internal living - 8sqm of balcony living - Levies Approx. $1,279.04pq - Rates Approx. $1,888.81pa - Land Tax Approx. $2,537.96pa (investors only)
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