Premium Lifestyle - A place you'll be proud to call home.
This impressive penthouse residence on a quiet street in one of Gungahlin's most popular locales.
Architecturally designed and constructed, it offers luxe high-end living with premium fixtures, fittings and finishes throughout and every convenience at your doorstep.
This two-bathroom, three-bedroom residence provides a panoramic perspective with views of Gungahlin. Expansive entertaining areas and outdoor access from each integral part of the home. A generous open plan living space takes this home to the next level of prestige and exclusivity.
You are just mere moments away from the light rail, your direct route to the city. The recently updated Gungahlin marketplace, Yerrabi pond and it's fantastically designed neighbouring park.
- Double glazed, thermally broken windows and sliding doors. - Quintessentially Canberra; close to the city but grounded in nature. - Located on the western edge of the Gungahlin town centre. A short walk to Gungahlin Marketplace, bars, cafes and the light rail. - Architecturally superior and completely unique to Gungahlin. - Expected completion on the development - Mid 2020. - EER: 7.5 - Living size: 104m2 (approx)
For more information, Contact Madeleine on 0433 150 312 or email@example.com
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