Located in 'The Griffin' which is directly opposite the Kingston Shops, this three-bedroom apartment has a functional floor plan and is filled with natural light. With a balcony and master bedroom that captures the afternoon sun and two other spacious rooms which are flooded with morning light, the property will be ideal for an owner occupier seeking a Kingston lifestyle or a savvy investor looking to capitalise on the large local workforce.
With thousands of employees in the neighbouring Parliamentary Triangle, number 132 would be ideal for a professional who wishes to leave their car at home and walk to work, Manuka, the Kingston Foreshore, Lake Burley Griffin or Parliament House. A location simply doesn't get any better as it combines work and amenity in the one property. Kingston is home to some of the best restaurants and bars that are in the region.
Situated on the podium level of this established building there is no stairs to access the home so it would also suit a downsizer.
Flooded with afternoon sun
Ideal for an owner occupier or investor
Fantastic Kingston location, across the road from the shops
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