It's time to secure a spacious property with the convenience of inner city living combined with a low maintenance lifestyle. With excellent potential rental returns and only steps to the popular Braddon precinct and the city, this unique property is well positioned within the established “Fullerton” complex and will suit both owner occupiers or astute investors alike looking for something exceptional.
Beautifully positioned in tree-lined Fawkner Street, this well presented, top floor, split level 3 bedroom ensuite apartment offers an open plan living area, modern kitchen, bedroom and balcony downstairs. Upstairs there is the master suite with ensuite, plus the second bedroom and main bathroom with laundry space. Usually storage in an apartment is an issue, but not here - there is an abundance of it. With well-maintained common grounds and a swimming pool you will have great facilities for all year-round enjoyment!
Everything you need is right at your door step only a stone's throw to the popular Braddon precinct, the Canberra Centre in the City and the Australian National University. Within close proximity to O'Connor shops and Dickson Shopping Centre where you can enjoy a wide range of shopping, entertainment, restaurants and cafes.
• Spacious living and dining area - with direct access to balcony • Modern kitchen with quality appliances including dishwasher • Two bedrooms upstairs with the third downstairs • Master bedroom with ensuite, main bathroom with laundry space • Freshly painted, new day/night blinds, new tapware and new toilets, ducted heating and cooling • Roof space accessible from the main bedroom plus extra under stair storage, NBN connected • Intercom security plus two secure car parks with auto controller plus secure, covered visitor parking • Ideally positioned within the complex - quiet and peaceful on the top floor • Well-maintained common areas with swimming pool and BBQ sitting area including CCTV • Fullerton complex has a proactive body corporate and owners committee
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