Stylish apartment in a prestigious complex and outstanding location – what more could you ask for? This gorgeous three bedroom, ensuite apartment has it all. Imagine a hit of tennis on the complex’ dedicated Tennis Court, followed by a stroll to the fabulous cafes of Kingston for coffee, or a walk along the picturesque shores of Lake Burley Griffin. These are just a few of the treats in store for the new owners of this apartment. Situated on the top floor with a unique floor plan, marble bench tops and breakfast bar, this is an opportunity not to be missed. The main bedroom is positioned off the living area and enjoys scenic views and fantastic natural lighting, the second bedroom has its own access to the main bathroom, all bedrooms featuring built in wardrobes. Set in attractive surroundings, the apartment also includes intercom entry, and two secure underground car spaces.
Telopea Park, Kingston Foreshore and the Old Bus Depot Markets are just a short stroll away from this stunning apartment. This home presents a rare lifestyle opportunity in a not to be missed location.
Currently tenanted on a periodic lease - $470 per week.
Features: Three bedrooms Two bathrooms Marble benchtops Spacious bathroom with duel entry Ample kitchen storage Unique floor plan Breakfast bar Fantastic top floor Convenient European laundry Prestigious complex Second bedroom has its own access to main bathroom Security System Intercom entry Tennis court Two car spaces Stroll to Telopea Park, Lake Burley Griffin, Kingston and Manuka
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