Located at the eastern end of Gungahlin Town Centre we are proud to present this outstanding penthouse apartment in the Uptown complex. Set over the top two levels it provides an excellent easterly outlook from the living room, balcony and each bedroom. At your doorstep are several cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs, health care services and the light rail terminal which gets you into the CBD in under 25 minutes. With 98m2 of living the well designed floorplan offers a generous living area which flows seamlessly our to the huge 23m2 balcony. The kitchen is well appointed with high quality SMEG appliances including dishwasher and microwave. Each bedroom has built in robes plus an ensuite to the main. The second and third bedrooms are upstairs and have a shared bathroom. Future development in the area include a Hoyts cinema, more specialty stores and restaurants. As one of the fastest growing town centres in Australia this is an excellent opportunity for an investor or live in owner.
98m2 of living across two levels Oversized 23m2 east facing balcony Double glazing Smeg cooktop Microwave and dishwasher Reverse cycle air conditioning Basement car parking plus storage Currently tenanted at $630 per week until December 2019 Body corporate fees: $1981.32 p.a. Rates: $1,293.87 p.a. Land tax: $1,416.21 p.a.
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